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Old 10-25-2003, 11:49 PM   #1
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A few zoo shots

Here's a few of the zoos I'm working on fragging. As soon as I get the big zoo tank ready, there will be plenty of room for them to spread out. The first ones are new arrivals and haven't quite decided if they're happy here or not. The second pic is actually (I think) palythoa...some of these poylps are a full 3/4" across! The third pic is the zoos I was trying to get a pic of earlier when I posted some zoo pics. They are opened up better now...Kevin, these are the orange ones with the washed blue centers and yellow mouths...little better pic.
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OUTSTANDING orange and blue zoos.

WHOOT WHOOT.
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Loganj, what kind of lighting are you using? They look great
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These are in a 20 long with two 65w PC's. One actinic and one 10,000k.
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