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Old 06-15-2008, 01:14 PM   #11
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LOL...that is not a small business....that is a full blown Marine/reef store. WOW!! Awesome pics...
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Old 06-15-2008, 02:16 PM   #12
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Great pics of some very nice frags. He should do quite well once he's set up and open for business.
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very nice. he has some nice sps, and i love to see the joker zoas, i just picked some up too. that is a super nice store with nice frags
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Wish I lived in the vicinity, that birdsnest (Seriatopora) would be mine
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Old 06-15-2008, 04:13 PM   #15
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Well i say small because the overall size isn't real big and everything is still disorganized kind of a thing. I guess he only opened like a year ago or something and the place is stuck in a little hole in the wall. But that being said he has the best SPS's around.

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Great pics of some very nice frags. He should do quite well once he's set up and open for business.
I really hope he does. You can tell he really cares a lot about the hobby. He told me that he picks out all his SPS colonies from local reefers and things like as opposed to buying them from wholesalers. It really does show too. The ones i took pictures of were just a fraction of what he had and almost all of them were really good looking healthy pieces.

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Yeah i really like those. I'm going back and calling first on the purple people eaters he has too. Very bright zoas
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yeah i'm not sure what the purple people eater look like, but i bet there nice. if you get them post the price of what you got them for my jokers costs alot for very few.
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love the couch... I would be glued to it!
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yeah i'm not sure what the purple people eater look like, but i bet there nice.
They are the zoas with the deep purple centers and bright green skirts. If i can remember i'll try to ask him the price of those other zoas.

I'm pretty sure those are favia brains up there (someone correct me if i'm wrong) Would i have good enough lighting and such to keep one of those? (info on tank in signiture) Anything special they need or are they easy to take care of?
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hey what kinda camera u shooting with they might make a filter to cut that glare away.
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I don't know how well a favia would do with that amount of light. They tend to like higher light...I have one in my frag tank and it doesn't look as nice as it did when it was in my main display.
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