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Old 07-08-2012, 09:55 PM   #371
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Why can't the rbta move itself? I thought they'd move to where they are happy.
Haha yes but where the nem is happy is not always where the owner is happy
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Old 07-08-2012, 10:00 PM   #372
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Haha yes but where the nem is happy is not always where the owner is happy
I understand that. LOL! I'd want to see it too. But how will he keep it from moving again? He said it can't move to the back again.
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Old 07-08-2012, 10:12 PM   #373
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It hasn't moved from the new spot so I'm not expecting him to move.
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Only moved a tad like I assumed it would. It is pretty retracted currently, I think my emerald crab got too close to it. Prior it was flourishing.

Clam is doing great too. Just waiting for him to actually set himself onto the rock I put him on. He sure is taking his time with it.

Side note, the moonlighting I got is garbage. Barely a glow in my tank. Owell, it'll do for now.
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Old 07-11-2012, 02:36 PM   #375
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A couple of updated pics. There are several more that haven't uploaded yet, but it is time for work. Please ignore the bad quality, besides there still being some snot algae I didn't have time to remove this morning, I found some junk on my phone's lens.






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Old 07-11-2012, 03:05 PM   #376
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What's the third one? I like it a lot.
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That would be my green pocillopora damicornis. It is the same thing as my pink damicornis...just green. It is more pointed due to having to reach for light prior to me owning it. Since then I've kept trying to move it up, but it hasn't done well adjusting. It is still on my sandbed because of this, with nice polyp extention... but it could be better so I'm thinking about moving it up soon.
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Oh gotcha. Hey, if it's doing well already, why fix it?
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Because it could be better...but in reality I have no place to put it, which is why it continues to stay anchored on a rock in my sandbed.
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Since I needed powerheads for my 36, as I robbed it for my 55...I kinda added a Reef octopus nwb150 to my order. Good bye seaclone!
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