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Old 06-14-2003, 06:52 PM   #1
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2nd, 3rd, and 4th corals for free!

I was in the LFS today, and I go to the same guy since they work on commission. He gets money and I get cool stuff, so today, he hooked me up big time. I was looking around in the tanks and there were some sun polyps which are one of my fav corals. There were like 3 polyps on this one peice of rubble, so yep, I got it. Also, there was this awesome red mushroom, and as he was chisseling it off, he threw some GSP into my bag.

I got them all free!! Can you belive it!

Here is the thing, dont flame me about the sun polyps, I know they are nonphotosynthetic and need to be fed about everyother day. I have some shrimp but was wondering what else I could feed them. I remember Logan saved some and fed them like zoomed? along with chopped up krill. I am just too excited for words right now. Love some feedback, pictures tonight
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Thats great. I hope the employee does not get into trouble.
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Old 06-14-2003, 08:01 PM   #3
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They frags are tiny, and were not for sale, they were in little crevises that only i look in...

Here are the pictures!
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that was my 1000th post, how cool is that
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I would try making a fish food mash...just about all polyp'd creatures seem
to enjoy it.
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