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Old 05-04-2009, 03:48 PM   #831
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I've been offered as much as $30 a polyp for them. I'm not ready to sell them as yet. Heck they haven't even made it into my main tank....
Dang you Ziggy your always holding out on the good Stuff... LOL..
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I can't offer it all up on a platter...gotta have a few secret surprises...
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Old 05-07-2009, 10:03 PM   #834
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I sold a few corals over the last few days and I met a local club member at one of our LFSs, of course while I was there all the money from the sale of my coral went into getting others. I picked up some ture Blue Hornets, a very nice frag of Poker Star Monti and a beautiful little frag of green milli. They just made it into the tank and have not opened up and are still getting happy so pics of them will have to wait.

I did not take my camera with me for some stupid reason. While I was there I was looking at the QT system and they had a tank with about 7 or 8 tiny hippo tangs in it along with some Bangaii cardinals. I pulled out the Blackberry and got this shot. Now if you know how big a bangaii is when full grown you will understand how tiny these tang really are.




I'll get some shots of my new stuff over the weekend. I have a lot of work that MUST be done to the system this weekend so I'll take lots of pics.
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Wow those arent full grown cardinals either tho ...are they? I can tell by the PVC 90. Looks like the tangs could swim through that thing. OMG
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Baby Bangaii's are IMO the cutest fish out there. Do you know if the one's you saw were captive bred?
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The Bangaiis were captive bred.

Here are my new pick ups while at the LFS the other day.

Blue Hornets (I have 7 polyps total I just split them up) and Green A. Milli



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Nice pickups. I like those Blue Hornets, in fact they look even better than the "purple hornet." That is one happy/hairy milli.
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Nice pick ups Ziggy. What did you use to glue the blue hornets or any of the polyps you have? Do you take the rocks out of the tank when you want to glue them down. What is the whole process there.
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