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Old 03-16-2016, 06:38 PM   #191
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Good, maybe/bad, maybe, news. They are lots of little tiny babies. The female still has a lot/all of the little eggs insider her so I'm thinking one of my two new ones was pregnant and released early. I hope some survive but I didn't have luck with the last ones that released early. I'm hoping this tank is more "baby proof" so maybe I'll get lucky and have a couple survive and grow. Literally 50-75 babies, but so so tiny...can't even get a good picture. And hopeful that these aren't my red one's who was just fertilized two weeks ago, maybe hers will come out bigger if I can keep her stable and we'll feed.




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Old 03-17-2016, 09:06 AM   #192
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Those are so nice looking!
Thanks Paul. The first 2 pictures are the same just used a different gel filter on the second picture.

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Here are two of the three thatxare on my 29 gallon. Could'nt get a shot of the third one hes behind a rock. That one is green also.
The green one in the photo is in the back of the tank on the sandbed. The red one is inside a whole that i made in the rock.

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They won't get enough light in the hole - try to encourage it out. Mine went in a hole and started to get ill.

Also I talked with the different lfs and ordered 3 RFA even though they were today "not available" for order - they are on the order form. So I have hope! Manager is going to continue each week to try and order them, and they will be the common ones; white, tan green, brown color combos, but only 14.99 each.
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I didn't think it would get enough light in that hole either. Will it move to a better location on its own? I was going to move it into my 10 gallon with the others i have but not sure how to get it off the rock.

Im glad your local lfs is ordering some RFA's for you. Sometimes the plain ones can be very nice.

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Can you put a serpent star in with RFA's?

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Can you put a serpent star in with RFA's?

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Shouldn't be a problem. I'd stay away from the green ones though, they can be pretty good fish catchers.
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Thanks Paul. Its a really small serpent and not a green one.

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Got on another list for some common ones. LOL
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Sunburst Rock Anemone - WYSIWYG

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"Aqm" WYSIWYG Ultra "Bam Bam" Rock Anemone 30 Acan Chalice Reef Frag | eBay

Got on another list for some common ones. LOL

I'll add to the 'dreaming of' list! Check out the price tag on it though 😳






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