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Old 09-12-2011, 12:06 AM   #61
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Yea cant touch many of the larger ones anyway (price). So how do your go so far as compatibility?

Here is some of what I want:

-Assorted Polyp (polyp)
-Ricordea Florida Multiple Polyp (listed under mushroom)
-Discosoma Neglecta "Carribean Umbrella Mushroom" (Mushroom)
-Oulophyllia "Deep Walled Maze Brain Coral" (LPS)
-Candy Cane Coral

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Looks good. Have you thought about a very small colt, xenia, or clove coral
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Looks good. Have you thought about a very small colt, xenia, or clove coral
Wow I definately like the xenia coral! Ill look into the other two..

So these all get along? I just have to keep them from getting next to each other right?
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Wow I definately like the xenia coral! Ill look into the other two..

So these all get along? I just have to keep them from getting next to each other right?
They should. You can probably fit them all in there.
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Yep, thats what I'm thinking, but hey, it's your tank LOL. I love my flowy corals.
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They should. You can probably fit them all in there.
Ok just making sure cause I dont want them eating each other or posioning each other.

Now for the cost aspect...darn this will be a lot.
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Yep, thats what I'm thinking, but hey, it's your tank LOL. I love my flowy corals.
ha so do I but I wasnt seeing many on thatpetplace's website. So you have kept most of these together fine?
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if they have enough room they will be fine. The torch is classified as aggressive so I gave him his own corner.
Everything else is pretty separate. In the 20g theres not a tremendous amount in there, I do have the tiniest little torch but the rest are all frags and far apart, except maybe the zooas. i they are ok together. The candy cane just sits on top of a rock, its kinda my centerpiece coral.
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There's a Pets Plus on the Boulevard here in NE Philly that sells live rock and frags. It's next to the Best Buy on the corner of Red Lion Rd. There's also a place called Big Al's aquarium world in Blue Bell with a better selection.
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Oh so only when they get close and compete for space do problems occur... that would make sense right?

thanks soooooo much carey and greenturtle!!! Without you I would be a lost cause. Thank you for sharing your experince and knowledge and making this hobby fun!

the deep walled brain coral may be mine lol its soo cool looking
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There's a Pets Plus on the Boulevard here in NE Philly that sells live rock and frags. It's next to the Best Buy on the corner of Red Lion Rd. There's also a place called Big Al's aquarium world in Blue Bell with a better selection.
It definately is! I still got to buy all the supplies, cycle, then buy coral lol. I will definately have to check that out. How far away from broad and olney is that? I have very little city experience and that as far into north philly I have gone.
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