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Old 12-05-2008, 10:32 PM   #241
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I just put the canopy back on the 120 and the water is a bit cloudy from my messing about in there. I'll take some tomorrow after it has cleared up. I'll post them in your thread again.
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Old 12-05-2008, 10:49 PM   #242
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Here's a teaser of the two I put in the main display. I didn't want to mount them up high so I put them on the sand bed.

The polyps haven't opened back up in these pics but they are looking really good I think. I may have to steal these from you. LOL!


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You know...that second one is very similar to the ORA Roscoe's. You can't tell it in the pic but each polyp is ringed with a neon green. Very cool coral.
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Old 12-05-2008, 11:45 PM   #244
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SWEET! they're looking awesome - I'm excited
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Old 12-05-2008, 11:47 PM   #245
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You better hurry up and get your tank running before I claim ownership of your corals!
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Old 12-06-2008, 12:11 AM   #246
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is there like a 60 day holding period before I forfiet my rights or something? I should've read the fine print when I dropped them off.
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LOL...the 60 day period applies to who ends up with frags and who gets the colonies.
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Old 12-06-2008, 10:17 PM   #248
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So....were you able to do anything with the tank this weekend?
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Unfortunately I ended up working today. Tomorrow I plan to fix the 1 plumbing section I want to change, I'll let that run for a day to make sure it doesn't leak, then start draining it and getting it ready to move inside.

I still need to wire the MHs, so I'll get that done during the evenings this week. SHould be just a few more days I'll have it all inside and starting to fill with water. Have 30g mixed and ready, figuring I'm gonna need close to 100g total, but I can only store 30 at a time - so it'll take a day or 3 to get it all filled up.

Know of anywhere around here to get shelf/flat pieces of LR? I want to create some structure, but I don't have any flat pieces.
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Unfortunately I don't. If I did I would have some in my tank as well. The flat peices are hard to come by it seems. You could check with Annandale Super Pets. I've seen some there but that was a long time ago. They have a giant LR pond and they just might have a few pieces.
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