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Old 12-15-2005, 04:20 PM   #11
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http://fragglereef.com/zen/index.php...ort=20a&page=4

Nice stuff there! A nice piece of Oxypora or a Enchinophyllia (especially a water mellon one if you can find someone to locate one unfragged for you).
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Old 12-15-2005, 04:36 PM   #12
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sharkysreef.com also has some huge colt corals in great colors. orange, yellow and pink. they also have several different colors of branching hammer. they have treated me excellent and i highly recomend thier stock. when i say huge i mean big. like as big as my head!

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Old 12-15-2005, 04:56 PM   #13
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You can get ONE INCH of this stuff for 120... Wonder what he'd charge for a nice hunk of it? http://www.fragfarmer.com/main.php?i...8&item_type=16
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Macmommy: That was some well spent money in my situation. I would not do it in "norm" times but it took a big load off.
Steve r : I actually have a roughly 10" wellsophyllia currently. Really nice and growing fast. It is green I will check into other colors.
jermz: I had looked at that site a while back but forgot about it. I think I will purchase some from them to see how they are. Have you purchased from them?
Phyl: Have you purchased from them?
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Old 12-15-2005, 05:10 PM   #15
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FraggleReef is a local and while I haven't purchased from him lots of folks close by speak very highly of him. FragFarmer I saw at MACNA. He had some very nice stuff with him then. He had some Dendropyllia at MACNA (they're similar to Suns but much larger and not as dependant on each head being fed as they're one system v. the suns which are separate animals). We almost bought them there, but they got scarfed up on us. They sell typically for 50$/head.

No fear, if you need help spending money I can help, lol!
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Old 12-15-2005, 05:28 PM   #16
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No fear, if you need help spending money I can help, lol!
Women have a knack for that, don't they?
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Brenden ...

Yes I purchased some soft corals from them for my Nano and I can honestly say it was worth it. The colors you see on the site are exactly what you get and there customer service is excellent! I emailed the owner and asked if they could ship saturday delivery to me and he said no problem .... only $10 more!!!! They have some really nice stuff too, like I said I think they update the site on Tuesdays!
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Phyl they recommend florescents for that coral. I would be afraid my lights would bleach it.
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IMO, length is much better than height.. i'd go a 10x2x2, with a showpiece tesselata moray..
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So what all did she get?! Do tell! Pictures would be *wonderful*!!
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