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Old 10-28-2003, 08:50 PM   #31
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Well as for my GSP they dont even look as good as they do in that pic(and they dont look to good there lol). The stupid algae took em over and by the time i got it under control they were all just about gone.
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Old 10-29-2003, 12:45 AM   #32
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Logan, Where did you get the bright orange zoo's? I am ready to get some after reading this thread!
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Old 10-29-2003, 12:49 AM   #33
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Why do my zoo's look like crap compared to everyone elses.. Kinda bums me out.. Is it just a different species??? Or???

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Old 10-29-2003, 10:25 AM   #34
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Why do my zoo's look like crap compared to everyone elses.. Kinda bums me out.. Is it just a different species??? Or???

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Apparently you heven't seen mine.

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Old 10-29-2003, 10:45 AM   #35
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Why do my zoo's look like crap compared to everyone elses.. Kinda bums me out.. Is it just a different species??? Or???
I don't think they look bad at all - just still taking some time to acclimate to your tank. Actually, they're a nice color - I think you'll be really pleased with them when they fully open. Get them in a spot where they receive a lot of light, and medium-high flow/current. Give them a gentle blowing-off with a turkey baster to remove any settled detritus, then maybe squirt them with a wash of liquified raw seafood. I'll bet you'll have them all opening in no time.

Good luck - can't wait to see what they 'really' look like!
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Old 10-29-2003, 10:57 AM   #36
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I agree I think the spot has a lot to do with it, my 2 very small cents worth, I agree with RL, my little guys didn't want to open until I found the "right" spot for them which is, stuck into the sponge.

They didn't like being in my substrate. Perhaps because of constant crab harassment. I also feed them everything that I feed my anemones and they seem to eat it all.

P.S. I even saw my tube anemone eat a piece of caulerpa once.. I am dead serious... I tried to get it to eat another piece but it rejected it. hehe

anyway that was off topic.
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my zoos

Ooh, pretty zoos. Here are mine.









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Very nice!!! Keep em coming folks!!
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I just got some new ones. Reefrunner has put me on the zoo kick. Every time I go to the LFS, I check to see if that have any polyps on the sandbed.

This one was closed and looked like a brown pill in the corner of a tank. Little did I know it was neon orange.




I bought these and half fell off the rock on the way home. It was a bad glue job, but it gave me a bunch of frags right away. In a month that rock will be covered.




I bought these for very cheap because most were closed up. They opened up right when I dropped them in my tank. This picture was taken about 5 mintues after putting them in.




I am always looking to get some variety in my tank. If anybody has some frags to trade, let me know.
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reefrunner, what kinda camera do u use for your pics? Theyre really clear.
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