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Old 08-26-2014, 04:33 PM   #911
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As always bribo- beautiful!


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Old 08-26-2014, 04:41 PM   #912
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Hey Bribo, question on your green slimmer. Is it an acropora?
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Old 08-26-2014, 04:48 PM   #913
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Yessir. A. yongei is the species, and definitely one of the hardiest acropora around. It's the greenest coral I think I've ever seen too lol


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Yessir. A. yongei is the species, and definitely one of the hardiest acropora around. It's the greenest coral I think I've ever seen too lol


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Great, every time I see it I want one lol. Next time I do an order I want to do one of those and a BN.
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Sounds like a good start to your sps collection


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Sounds like a good start to your sps collection


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Trying lol. Monti is doing good so far and think I have seen a little growth on it. Any other acro's that are easy?
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Uh most stag type acropora are fairly hardy


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Cool, was sure. I have heard it go both ways with acro's so wanted to be sure lol.
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Milled are easier too but they grow slowly in my tank


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Milles are easier too but they grow normally in my tank but it seems slow because I grow sps like weeds


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