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Old 08-15-2012, 08:47 PM   #1341
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Beautiful. Are those expensive pieces at your shop? I remember setting a golden hammer like that going for 500 on la once.
It would be like 350.
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Looks like frag junky corals?
Some yes. Others no
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Old 08-15-2012, 09:39 PM   #1343
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I always get there updates but never priced anything on there site
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I always get there updates but never priced anything on there site
They are good. Been to their setup. Really nice. They are about an hour from me and I've talked with them at random conferences. She really has a lot of experience.
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Old 08-15-2012, 10:54 PM   #1345
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Ok. My wish list that I could nab- but shouldn't... Lol
What is the second picture? The orange and green ?zoas?
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I would buy some from ya, but I just can't trust my tank to keep that coloration right now.. In the future though, those loon amazing!

How has dosing been for you dary? Your params are staying stable?
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What is the second picture? The orange and green ?zoas?
Fruit loop zoas
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Old 08-16-2012, 11:30 PM   #1348
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After working on my tank today (scrubbing coralline off the side glass, fixing some rocks, etc) I had two surprises. First off, a frag of zoas fell behind the rockwork do I moved some stuff and retrieved them. Then, I also found a set of bleached acans (I think they are my pinks that disappeared a year ago). I attached them to a piece of rock and put them on the front sandbed and they are already proofed up and looking happy. Then, as I was doing my fine tuning- I happened to find a new hitchhiker. Now I know he wasn't introduced by anyone in the house as I, nor my husband, are a fan of urchins- so I have no idea how or when he got in there.



For those who don't spot it...



Now he's moved on and I can't find him or he would be gone. But this would explain random rates of missing coralline. If I find him again I'm gonna show him the sides of the tank and let him serve a purpose.
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Looks like a blue tuxedo. Just watch it...read about how they are reef safe but they might end up wearing some of your polyps and such.
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I want it! LOL! I don't think a 5 gal is big enough though.
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