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Old 11-08-2011, 04:54 PM   #51
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My all time favorite coral....... The Next One! Kind of like wives. Oh, man, I am going to pay for that one.
Haha, be careful, your wife might make an account to see what you say on here, LOL.
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My all time favorite coral....... The Next One! Kind of like wives. Oh, man, I am going to pay for that one.
Lol. Ohhhhhh. I'm telling your wife! Jk. Lol.

In all honesty- the best coral is the one sitting at the LFS that you just have to get- but don't like the huge price sticker on it.
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Old 11-08-2011, 04:57 PM   #53
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Lol, I should have said "I am telling your wife(s). (Do you have as many as corals).
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:01 PM   #54
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Very cool! What did you get?
I got: A bubble coral, a large zoa rock, and a medium blue mushroom rock.

And 2 blue reef chromis (I'm getting another if they do not school with my bluegreens), a lawnmower blenny, a cleaner shrimp, and some extra CUC members.

All from live aquaria
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:03 PM   #55
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I got: A bubble coral, a large zoa rock, and a medium blue mushroom rock.

And 2 blue reef chromis (I'm getting another if they do not school with my bluegreens), a lawnmower blenny, a cleaner shrimp, and some extra CUC members.

All from live aquaria
Sounds awesome! Will you be by any chance be posting any more pictures once they are in the tank? Lol, I love pictures!

Congrats on your new fish!
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They keep jumping during drip. The larger chromis and the blenny, to be exact. They freak out whenever I go near them :/

The chromis are BEAUTIFUL though
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:12 PM   #57
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Lol, I should have said "I am telling your wife(s). (Do you have as many as corals).
No but the corals definitely listen better.
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They keep jumping during drip. The larger chromis and the blenny, to be exact. They freak out whenever I go near them :/

The chromis are BEAUTIFUL though
I want the blue reef chromis- but a school would be a little expensive. I have some blue green chromis that were 4$ each. My wallet liked them better.

Great buys. Can't wait to see them. Which zoas did you get? I have a couple of assorted rocks. My favorite zoas are radioactive dragon eyes and poker chips.
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They keep jumping during drip. The larger chromis and the blenny, to be exact. They freak out whenever I go near them :/

The chromis are BEAUTIFUL though
Very nice! Everything looks awesome! . Thanks for posting!
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No but the corals definitely listen better.
Haha, my corals always agree with me, my fish too!
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