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Old 01-08-2012, 05:35 PM   #681
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Pretty sure Rob has a Galaxia that he really likes, but I never tried one. As for elegance - Buffy had issues with hers if I remember correctly. Carey had to give hers away because her clowns nearly killed it trying to host. I think Jody has one as well in her Aussie tank, but I could be mistaken... Hard to keep track.

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It's a really nice coral. Here's mines under my actinics
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Pretty sure Rob has a Galaxia that he really likes, but I never tried one. As for elegance - Buffy had issues with hers if I remember correctly. Carey had to give hers away because her clowns nearly killed it trying to host. I think Jody has one as well in her Aussie tank, but I could be mistaken... Hard to keep track.

I'll keep updates on my experience.
Thats what i have heard, kinda like gonoporia flower pot! Im leaning towards galaxea since ive a got the perfect isolated spot where its long sweeper cant nip at nothing.
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Old 01-08-2012, 05:40 PM   #683
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That's funny - the reason i got my elegance is for the same reason! Lol - sandbed is about last place I can put LPS without having them too close to each other. I think now I'll be focused on another SPS or two, mushrooms (various), and MAYBE a prism favaties if I can find one for the right price.
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Old 01-08-2012, 05:42 PM   #684
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It's a really nice coral. Here's mines under my actinics
That's a great looking coral! Saw one today at the place I went. The place I went today is about an hour away - 2x as far as normal LFS, but the coral selection is unreal - 60,000 gallons or something. They have an entire greenhouse filled with giant 1000 gallon tanks.

I love it.
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Pretty sure Rob has a Galaxia that he really likes, but I never tried one. As for elegance - Buffy had issues with hers if I remember correctly. Carey had to give hers away because her clowns nearly killed it trying to host. I think Jody has one as well in her Aussie tank, but I could be mistaken... Hard to keep track.

I'll keep updates on my experience.
I have the Aussie elegance because of the water parameters in the reef compared to the regulars that come from more muddy water.
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Sweeet, Im sold
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I have the Aussie elegance because of the water parameters in the reef compared to the regulars that come from more muddy water.
Uh-oh! I didn't realize there was a difference... Am I gonna have issues? I doubt I paid $60 for an Aussie...
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It should be fine. The research I have done just shows that the Aussie elegance flourishes more in the aquarium than the indo elegance.
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Interesting... Thanks for the info!
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I loved my galaxia but I did sell it just for the stinger fact here it is
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