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Old 01-07-2012, 01:44 PM   #561
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Lol I understand, I only know the name of 1 of my zoas.
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Old 01-09-2012, 01:00 PM   #562
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Lol I understand, I only know the name of 1 of my zoas.
Lol..I'm lucky to remember the names of my brothers !!!! ... I ordered another wall hammer coral to replace the one that was killed by the falling rock.., it's all but gone at this point.., I'll still be looking for another neon green one like I had but finding another one like that might take some time ...... But other than that.., alls well.
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Old 01-09-2012, 03:58 PM   #563
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I have a neon green candycane and it is one of my favorite corals. It really livens up the tank.
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Old 01-10-2012, 02:02 PM   #564
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The ups truck just dropped off my new coral order... My replacement wall hammer and a yellow and purple Australian scroll coral....I Will take additional pictures after they settle in ...for now ., it's just the bags a floating ..
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Old 01-10-2012, 03:09 PM   #565
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Wow, looks huge in the bag. Where did you order from?
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Old 01-10-2012, 03:27 PM   #566
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Wow, looks huge in the bag. Where did you order from?
I've been using extreme corals... Lots of wild stuff , wysiwyg .... Plus free shipping on orders $150 +
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Old 01-10-2012, 03:59 PM   #567
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Nice, can't wait to see it. Next time I get a big chunk if money, I'm joining to buy from something like that.
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Old 01-11-2012, 05:30 PM   #568
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on my way home from work today I stopped by my lfs and purchased some more of the " man made Rock " that I like so much,...on the left hand side of my aquarium was the one area that needed some attention,...kinda like your mini garbage dump in your back yard where you put things that you really don't know what to do with,...in my case it was time for a urban renewal project,..I had a Kenya tree there that was sending off offspring like there was no tomorrow ,it was one of my first corals and probably my last Kenya tree I'll have in my tank.
To this area I added another pedestal type arraignment utilizing the twenty pounds of newly acquired rock I had just purchased,..kinda looks like It belonged there in the first place.
I guess everyone's tank is a little different than everyone's else's as far as growing corals go,..for some reason I seem to do be doing very well lately with wall hammers ,bubbles , echinophllia's and monti's ,..I guess maybe its kinda like growing vegetables in your garden,..some people can grow corn and some people can't and who knows why.... So to add a little color and glare to my former back yard dump I've ordered two new bubble corals,..(a whitish blue and a neon yellow ) and another echinophyllia coral to brighten things up over there,..the big brown truck is due tomorrow and I can't wait to start the new garden,..hope All's well with everyone,...Dary
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There is a balancing act going on, some time my mushroom crop is winning sometimes it's something else. My Kenya tree isn't allowed to get very big because of the aggressive corals bordering it. I made an estimate from a photo the other day, I have over 1000 mushrooms in the reef, that I can see. They rule the roost. My challenge is now to get everyone to live together, almost impossible as my specimens come from all over the world.
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There is a balancing act going on, some time my mushroom crop is winning sometimes it's something else. My Kenya tree isn't allowed to get very big because of the aggressive corals bordering it. I made an estimate from a photo the other day, I have over 1000 mushrooms in the reef, that I can see. They rule the roost. My challenge is now to get everyone to live together, almost impossible as my specimens come from all over the world.
Yep,...after seeing your tank o shroons I'd believe it,...you've done well grasshopper.
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