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Old 08-17-2012, 01:35 PM   #631
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Bear is it a flowerpot? Not sure.

And is that a duncan???? If so then WOW! Its crazy! Haha
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Old 08-17-2012, 01:41 PM   #632
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Yes, that is my flowerpot. Ya, that is also my duncan. It's getting pretty big but still lots of room to grow. I might have to frag it at some point.
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So yours is a bushy duncan just like mine? Mine looks alot like yours (its just not as flowey) lol... How do you frag those?? They dont really branch out...
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How its been explained to me, you can just take a razor blade down the branches basically.
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Old 08-17-2012, 02:07 PM   #635
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Bear is it a flowerpot? Not sure.

And is that a duncan???? If so then WOW! Its crazy! Haha
I was thinking flowerpot!

Hank- how has it been doing? It looks real pretty to me. I want one but heard they are hard.
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It isn't doing as well as it was. It used to have a huge spot in my tank because of how far its tentacles reached out. Now it barely reaches around. In terms of difficulty...I haven't done anything special with it. It did all of this on its own. They are supposed to be difficult because they can go from good to dead from a minor scratch in no time. I'd avoid them, but when it was offered to me for 25 bucks I had to try.
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If I find one for cheap I will probably have to try it. Lol!
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So, reefs2go is having a great deal and I've wanted to give zoas a try...25% off free shipping pack...5 sets of zoas...then free shipping on my pods and maybe a couple crabs.
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So, reefs2go is having a great deal and I've wanted to give zoas a try...25% off free shipping pack...5 sets of zoas...then free shipping on my pods and maybe a couple crabs.
What zoas are you getting? I've suddenly gotten very interested in them. I want som blue hornets. They are so pretty but come with an ugly price tag.
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I got the zoa pack so I had free shipping for my pods...all 4k of them. Then of course I started picking up other little things here and there. Pom pom crab, anemone crab, engineer goby. Sigh. Stupid fish...

But yes, for the most part I have not been able to get into zoas. In the last week, people have been posting some really neat pics of types I have never seen before. So, I'm going to get these zoas started in my 55 reef but will be working on either converting the 36 into a softy tank w/ the snowflake eel or finding another 55 and setting it up for the softies and the snowflake.
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