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Old 08-26-2008, 01:23 PM   #41
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Hmmm, I'm not too experienced in corals, but maybe mushrooms, button poylops or zoas...at least until the colonies got bigger. You may want to post that question in the reef section so you can get more knowledgable answers.

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thx for all the help evry1, all of my questions have been answered for now.
i ended up getting a diamond goby due to lack of viriaty at my lfs but he looks cool and does a nice job. i also got a branched torch. tan with neon green tips. and i got a fighting conch. i saw a really kewl hammer there too and it sucked to not get it. but im trying to take it slow so i held off on it but i might have to go back sometime and pick it up if they still have it. and for now ill just leave the little tank for the shrimp that are already in it and ill get some mushrooms and frag em and put em in each tank. so yeah.

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