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Old 08-28-2011, 07:28 PM   #1051
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I'll be ordering my frag plugs tomorrow so next week I will start to learn. Well, hopefully anyways. I know the gsp will be easy, I prob can make 6 frags and still have a decent sized piece left. lol

Same with some of my zooas', they are taking over the trocks I glued the frag plugs too so I don't want a 2 foot long zooa patch.hehe
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I would live a 2 foot long zoa patch lol
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Old 08-28-2011, 07:33 PM   #1053
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Imma email bomb carey lol. Id be more than happy to buy frags
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Old 08-28-2011, 07:52 PM   #1054
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As a diver I am impressed by SPS gardens I have seen, but I want a more natural look. That's why I like big heads of coral rather than loads of smaller ones. I let them grow and trim only when necessary for visability.
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Old 08-28-2011, 08:42 PM   #1055
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One of the pictures I posted earlier, I asked about it being a mushroom. Well it is. This is what it is.

Red Mushrooms (Actinodiscus sp.)
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Old 08-28-2011, 09:35 PM   #1056
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Seems like alot of the ones I want are over 100.00 pretty much every where. So I gotta try to get no shipping to cause then I may as well just go up north and spend 150.00 on one, if the shipping on a 100.00 is gonna cost me 50.00.
That may be but if you are spending 100 on one coral why not add another so the order can be 140 then it's free shipping
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That may be but if you are spending 100 on one coral why not add another so the order can be 140 then it's free shipping
True. I was saying in general cause some places don't offer free shipping, or you need to spend alot more than that to get it.

Either way, I'll still scout around til I find what I want at a price I'm willing to pay.
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Old 08-29-2011, 03:46 AM   #1058
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Yep . I remember one site that had 2" frags for $10 but its 40 shipping or free shipping on orders over 300. If you save up then you can make an order there. I'll have to get the site though. You can order 30 corals! Mr.Aqua has the same deal but the frags are smaller
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I think we need a full tank shot! LOL

Congratulations Buffy, I';m so glad you brought some life into the tank!
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Old 08-29-2011, 08:45 PM   #1060
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Shrimp Molting already?

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I think we need a full tank shot! LOL

Congratulations Buffy, I';m so glad you brought some life into the tank!
Hey Mom...You're behind the times... I posted one the other day.

I got home from work and of course have to see if all my little critters are ok, so as I was doing that I came across a big red shell. I did a double take because I just saw the Fire Shrimp and so I thought where'd the 2nd one come from? LOL Well then while staring at it, I finally saw it was a shell. It's behind the tank so to see it at that funky angle that makes ya wanna toss cookies threw me off.

How often do they molt?? And so soon from being in my tank? He sure must feel right at home already to strip himself of his clothing. LMAO

Here's pics (phone so color and well just the plain pic is blah):
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