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Old 07-12-2011, 09:25 PM   #141
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Nice corals! It took a while for them to arrive. My blenny and zoas were delivered at 9!
Can't wait to see those superman shrooms all big and happy.
VG. Me too!..... How about the zoa's ., let's see some zoa actiont photos... Actually , I'm really Curious if theyll settle comfortably into your cube or not...I Think that'll probably be my next endeavor ., trying out a couple of zoa frags or a brain coral
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Old 07-12-2011, 10:17 PM   #142
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Well, I can tell you they opened up right away and looked quite pleased all day long. The pink color of the polyps is subtle, I'm not sure if it's the way it is or it'll brighten up later, but because of that it's kinda hard for me to get a good picture to post, it just looks beige-grey-pinkish. I'll try tomorrow with another camera.
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Well, as promised here's the new coral's 24 hours after photo shoot... Everything is starting to puff up as expected., the superman mushrooms are especially big today except that their colors under my lighting is more of a orange than the blue and red as indicated on the LA " divers den" web page...we'll see after awhile if it'll get back to their colors but for mow everything is A OK
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Looking good! The mushrooms are amazingly huge! Maybe they need a couple of days to "show their true colors" lol.
I like the long tentacle coral in the last photo.
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Today,..in a moment of exhilaration I ordered a couple of zoa colonies,...I bought a blue neon polyped colored rock and also a rock infested with green centered button polyps ,....hopefully ,they'll ship them out today and we 'll be able to get 'em in the tank very shortly,..I hope my triggerfish leave these alone too! :-/
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Today,..in a moment of exhilaration I ordered a couple of zoa colonies,...I bought a blue neon polyped colored rock and also a rock infested with green centered button polyps ,....hopefully ,they'll ship them out today and we 'll be able to get 'em in the tank very shortly,..I hope my triggerfish leave these alone too! :-/
Awesome they are goona look good in your tank
I thought you were running out of real estate? Lol
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Awesome they are goona look good in your tank
I thought you were running out of real estate? Lol
Ryan,..Only on the sand bed ( for a possible brain coral) but besides the bottom floor the rest of the floors are open game and are in need of some good furniture....
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How's the trigger doing in there? Does he disturb anything?
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How's the trigger doing in there? Does he disturb anything?
Nope, so far ( fingers crossed) neither of my triggers ( picaso ,and rectangular) have done much damage,.. Theyve dug a couple of pits that they like to sleep in ,..but other than that ,they haven't touched any corals or caused too much trouble.
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Do you have any crabs or snails in there?
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