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Old 02-15-2012, 04:22 PM   #1
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Thumbs up New coral!

My seahorse tank is growing in color and rock setup; just fragged a rock from my downstairs tank and moved some Palys into the tank! Love watching those guys eat :3 Currently all I have in my tank for a coral is Fingers (what I named my Palys); any corals you'd like to recommend I should add?

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Where's the pictures?
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I'll post a picture of Fingers as soon as I return to school tomorrow but this is the current setup (before I moved Poseidon)
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There so kool.
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Thanks the tank isn't 100% done yet, but I am slowly adding to it every chance I have to make it work; but I plan on moving some more frag to the tank, because I believe I have too much in my tank in the office n.n;;
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You might want to see if you can get some artificial gorgonians to put in the tank for the sea horses to hold on to.
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You might want to see if you can get some artificial gorgonians to put in the tank for the sea horses to hold on to.
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I have a few in the other side of the tank, for some reason they just prefer that plant
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