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Old 11-27-2013, 10:53 PM   #61
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Sorry for the bad picture. Just picked up these candy apples. Love these. Extremely bright under blue lights.
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Old 11-28-2013, 12:50 AM   #62
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Sorry for the bad picture. Just picked up these candy apples. Love these. Extremely bright under blue lights.
not trying to be a negative nancy, but they look like you've got Radioactive dragon eyes and Eagle eyes. Both are great corals
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Old 11-28-2013, 11:55 PM   #63
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1st are nuclear green polyps

2nd are lunar eclipse polyps with some hitchhikers in which I haven't found out what they are lol

3rd are sunny d zoas(rather expensive lol)

And Sunday I'll be picking up some rasta zoas from my buddy
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Old 11-29-2013, 03:52 AM   #64
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1st are nuclear green polyps 2nd are lunar eclipse polyps with some hitchhikers in which I haven't found out what they are lol 3rd are sunny d zoas(rather expensive lol) And Sunday I'll be picking up some rasta zoas from my buddy
looking good, here's my two Baby Rastas I just got. Lol they really need to grow!!!

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Old 11-29-2013, 04:22 AM   #65
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looking good, here's my two Baby Rastas I just got. Lol they really need to grow!!!
Very nice fellas! I just got a few rastas myself for a steal at $5pp. Im hoping they grow out well also! Heres a few of my newest additions as well. Can't wait for these lil guys to grow and become mother colonies.

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Old 11-29-2013, 04:31 AM   #66
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Very nice fellas! I just got a few rastas myself for a steal at $5pp. Im hoping they grow out well also! Heres a few of my newest additions as well. Can't wait for these lil guys to grow and become mother colonies. Rastas, Hawaiian ding dangs, Naked Agave, Hawaiian PE God of war Tyree Space Monster
hahaha nice we have a lot of the same, your Hawaiians look awesome and big. My God Of Wars looked like yours also.

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Love your space monsters, I had four polyps growing so slow, then all of a sudden they melted on me. Pretty sad when I got my last shipment of corals I got some extras that melted on me. ( Wows and Purple Puddles) Depressing when they were free.
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You should put your pics in the Zoa/Paly identification topic
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Haha. Yea our GOWs look almost exactly alike. And yes a lil slower growing than the others. Im only seeing two baby nubs in 2.5 weeks. Cant wait til theres more polyps for more multiplying.
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Old 11-29-2013, 04:43 AM   #70
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Love your space monsters, I had four polyps growing so slow, then all of a sudden they melted on me. Pretty sad when I got my last shipment of corals I got some extras that melted on me. ( Wows and Purple Puddles) Depressing when they were free.
Zoa melts happens to even the most experienced growers. It sucks but thats life.
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