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Old 05-05-2009, 01:20 AM   #1
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flower pot coral reproducing

I think that my flower pot just spawned. After the light wnet out I noticed these "chunks" of egg looking things floating around in the water. They were purple in colour, and each egg thing was .75mm in diameter. I looked around and noticed the flower pot secreting this stuff from it's top. Is it spawning or is something wrong with it?? The water is getting cloudy to. hmmm, I guess I will wait and see. I hope that some of the eggs make it without getting sucked up into the overflow. I will turn off the main powerheads for the night and let it all settle.
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