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Old 05-30-2008, 03:10 PM   #1
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Few New Frags

Got some frags at a dudes house I met on Craig's List.

2 Kenya Trees

3 heads of Candy Cane, looking pretty healthy

2 little stalks of Yellow Digi

Small Yellow Polyps rock


also I got some nice zoos at the LFS. I'll post pics later
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Old 05-31-2008, 01:45 PM   #3
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Where's the pics? <g>
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Old 05-31-2008, 06:26 PM   #4
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sorry, i was having problems with my camera wire... that and i was crazy busy last night. here they are.along with a new peppermint shrimp i got last week and 3 green chromis babies i got yesterday on impulse buy, 15 bucks for the lot of them how could i go wrong?
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can any one ID those zoas? theyre actually cooler looking in person.. under the actnics they glow reddish pink in the centers + skirts
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can any one ID those zoas?
I'll take a stab and say they are zoanthids If you mean what color morph, then that's just a name someone made up. You can call them whatever you want.
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Great pickups. If I can offer a bit of advice though...
My experience with yellow polyps is, they spread like weeds. I would stack some rubble around them so as they spread, it will be easier for you to move them around to trade, sell or just thin out. Good luck!
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I have some of the redish ones you have there, they were called fire and ice by the person I got them from. Seems to be the popular name for them.
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