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Old 05-06-2013, 07:13 PM   #131
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I'm 100% certain it's a tripod.
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lol

yes that's a tri pod in the reflection and yes that's a coral beauty

your both right
Awesome. It is beautiful. I want one for my reef but I'm too chicken.

Tank looks stellar.
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Old 05-06-2013, 08:28 PM   #132
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since he has a few variety s of macros to munch on he has no interest in the corals
he loves the red grape the most
and he is a class citizen
I trust him more with coral
than I do with my clarkie in my 37g he rips everything apart a big pita he is
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Old 05-06-2013, 08:39 PM   #133
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Ha!!! Did you order your macros online?
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no they came on my live rock
didn't know I had it till it started growing
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I spent $80.on a few new corals
not fully open yet





I also got a nice freebie
a mated pair of Gold Banded Maroon Clown Retail Cost $79. pr
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Or you dipping your corals before putting them in the tank?
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I use coral RX why
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Just have been hearing a lot about those red worms getting into the tanks. Not the bristle worms. Or red bugs can't remember which it is. But when you run out of the coral rx you can use this Bayer Advanced Complete Insect Killer. Walmart $12.97.
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Just have been hearing a lot about those red worms getting into the tanks. Not the bristle worms. Or red bugs can't remember which it is. But when you run out of the coral rx you can use this Bayer Advanced Complete Insect Killer. Walmart $12.97.
I use hydrogen peroxide to dip my corals 69 cents in cvs
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Just have been hearing a lot about those red worms getting into the tanks. Not the bristle worms. Or red bugs can't remember which it is. But when you run out of the coral rx you can use this Bayer Advanced Complete Insect Killer. Walmart $12.97.
first I ever heard of that stuff
I'll have to check it out
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