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Old 01-03-2006, 08:37 PM   #1
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Who has blasto? Experience needed

My "coral supplier" called me today. He saves me his best or unusual specimens. He has several unusually bright colored blasto. I told him to hold them until Thursday so I can make sure I want them. Anything I should be aware of with these? requirements etc. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 01-03-2006, 08:42 PM   #2
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PM Rev, I believe he has some.
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Old 01-03-2006, 08:54 PM   #3
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Thanks. I will try but I have seen very little of rev lately.
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He's been around.
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I have an old pic of mine in my gallery. It is doing great and is very easy to care for. low-moderate flow and moderate to high light and mine gets nice and plump. It has grown a lot since I got it and speads like an encrusting coral.
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I didn't know you had blasto lando, of course I had to check out the pic. Sweet.
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Thanks! It is one of my favorites. You do not see too many of them and it has a really great texture and appearence. Very easy to care for as well.
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Thanks lando. That is the same requirements I had read but there is so much bad info out there I wanted someone to personally confirm. Do you target it or does it just feed from the water column?
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I have never target fed mine. Placement is important in regards to other corals. They sould not be placed nest to more aggressive corals like hammers or torch corals. Mine grew a little too close to my hammer and started to recess on one side. I thought that part had died but I moved it and it came back in a few weeks.
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I have the perfect spot. Thanks
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