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Old 11-11-2011, 09:35 AM   #1
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Had to share pics of my new coral!!

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Old 11-11-2011, 09:36 AM   #2
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They are beautiful! I especially like the Torches!

Are those easy to keep? Thank you.
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And a Duncan!
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And a Duncan!
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Beautiful Duncan also! I can't wait to get some of these corals when I upgrade my tank!

Nice choices!
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Old 11-11-2011, 09:47 AM   #5
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Thanks!! I'm really happy with them! I've never had a torch before, I don't believe they are difficult to keep. I have a hammer which is similar, So hopefully the torches will do as well!
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I have a torch and boy has it grown quick! It looks like a full size anemone in my tank now. lol Just keep it a distance from other corals as its aggressive and has very long tentacles.
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I was given a Duncan a few weeks ago that was tiny. It has almost doubled in size and I love it.
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Oh I just love the torch coral there so cool your looks great. Here a pic of mine it was taken a little after feeding time
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Thank you!! Torches are my favorite! I like anything with flowing tentacles.....I'm starting to run out of room for more corals!!
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Thank you!! Torches are my favorite! I like anything with flowing tentacles.....I'm starting to run out of room for more corals!!
That means it is time for a bigger tank.
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