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Old 01-06-2010, 12:07 AM   #1
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fluorescent orange ricordia

Hey guys and girls.

Got a new coral today, A rare orange ricordia. The little bugger cost me $175, But they look so good under the blue lights and in the normal lights. Im planning on growing him up and fragging it and selling it to people that would like one.

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That's beautiful! Worth it.
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Thanks! Yeah, I've wanted one for a long time because when they get big and they're multiple ones they look so good, I'll be getting some blues and purples soon.
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Looks good. The rock its on is nice too.
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forgive my ignorance. What makes it different than a regular ol' orange ric? Looks the same to me
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There is no difference. They are rare here in Australia. You get alot of mixed colours and dull colours. But no bright ones like the oranges.
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Really? High prices due to scarcity are no fun. I know a guy who was selling a similar one in town for $10. Though, I imagine a lot of the expensive aussie corals are a lot cheaper down there
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Hey Danny, I'll buy a frag!
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You get alot of mixed colours and dull colours. But no bright ones like the oranges.
We have some vivid red ones at my LFS. I have some nice blue-green-purple ones that are bright too.
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