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Old 05-11-2009, 10:59 PM   #11
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I thnk you have enough light for them depending on placement or how deep your tank is. By the colonies you posted I think you have:
Acropora Gomezi
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I would really like to find a frag of a Deep Blue Gomezi myself
thanks for the id how does the frag your looking for look like. i could see if my friends supplier have it.
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Old 05-11-2009, 11:51 PM   #12
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thanks for the id how does the frag your looking for look like. i could see if my friends supplier have it.
It looks similar to the first blue one on the far left, however according to the link you left that one is a Tenuis
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Old 05-12-2009, 06:28 AM   #13
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Rainbow, superman, sunset, pokerstar montis tend to be very particular about water quality and flow. I would let your tank mature a little while longer before dropping the $$ for those corals.
you miss the whole point of Ziggy's post. your tank should be a little more mature as far as stable water conditions. It really does not matter about the cost! Cost is just relivent to each person.
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and in my case.. if it cost money its expensive to me
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you miss the whole point of Ziggy's post. your tank should be a little more mature as far as stable water conditions. It really does not matter about the cost! Cost is just relivent to each person.
What is expensive to you may be cheap to another Person...
sorry i wasn't clear but after ziggy said that i've already decided to wait i only posted that because i thought it was a very good price i always listen to people on here.
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