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Old 07-08-2013, 01:35 AM   #1691
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Anyone have any idea why my fruit loop zoa hasn't multiplied yet? Its been in the tank for at least 2 months and still nothing. Same thing with my Darth Maul zoas. Have had 4 of em for like 4-5 months Lol

But my radioactive dragon eye, fire and ice, LA Lakers, and fake red hornets are growing fine so I'm very confused. Are they just a more difficult type to have?
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Old 07-08-2013, 08:10 AM   #1692
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Anyone have any idea why my fruit loop zoa hasn't multiplied yet? Its been in the tank for at least 2 months and still nothing. Same thing with my Darth Maul zoas. Have had 4 of em for like 4-5 months Lol

But my radioactive dragon eye, fire and ice, LA Lakers, and fake red hornets are growing fine so I'm very confused. Are they just a more difficult type to have?
I think some just grow a lot quicker than others. I think I read on here (may have even been Mr. X that said) the cheaper ones from Indonesia multiply quite rapidly while others may take a long time. I have some that have gone crazy and other that I've had for 8 months that have only added a polyp or two.
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I think some just grow a lot quicker than others. I think I read on here (may have even been Mr. X that said) the cheaper ones from Indonesia multiply quite rapidly while others may take a long time. I have some that have gone crazy and other that I've had for 8 months that have only added a polyp or two.
Gotcha, guess I'll have to be patient then Lol.

I'm supposed to be trading a few frags for a mini colony of Aussie green goblin favia today so hopefully that pulls thru. Also just picked up a pink bird nest mini colony and frag of either green poci or green stylo, I'll try n get some pics for ya guys later on
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Old 07-10-2013, 05:19 PM   #1694
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Well I figured out where my pic section is but still not sure how to delete some so I can add new ones :/. I did manage to get the green goblin favia piece that's about 4 inches long, 2 inches across. Very nice mini colony for sure. Adds a lot of POP to my tank.

New project tho. Changing out my substrate. The pool sand I have is developing a hard surface and trapping gases underneath. Can't be good.

Any advice?
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Old 07-21-2013, 11:19 AM   #1695
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Changed out my substrate yayy.

Now if only a moderator would help me figure out how to clear up some space for some new pictures, I'd be in good shape lol
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Old 07-27-2013, 11:52 AM   #1696
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So in the past few weeks I have met someone that has hooked me up with corals for a fraction of what LFS would charge.

I've gotten numerous Acans with huge heads, couple different zoa colonies, a big 5in acan enchinata, the green goblin favia, a gold hammer, a crazy insanely colored Yuma mushroom that is supposedly worth a lot of money.

Now if only things would grow so I can start fragging
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So in the past few weeks I have met someone that has hooked me up with corals for a fraction of what LFS would charge.

I've gotten numerous Acans with huge heads, couple different zoa colonies, a big 5in acan enchinata, the green goblin favia, a gold hammer, a crazy insanely colored Yuma mushroom that is supposedly worth a lot of money.

Now if only things would grow so I can start fragging
And yet, no pics of these pieces.
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Old 07-27-2013, 12:00 PM   #1698
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And yet, no pics of these pieces.
I know! I can't figure out how to upload them bc my "picture memory" is full on my acct
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That is really cool Dan. Can't wait to see what you got!
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You'll have to delete photos to fit more. OR you can use a free program like photobucket and be able to have like a zillion pictures. lol Thats how most members post their photos.

Hope that helps
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