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Old 04-29-2004, 05:27 PM   #1
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New A. cerealis and M. Digitata

Got these guys in yesterday. One is a pink although I think its orange M. Digitata, the other an Acropora Cerealis (shown on the right hand side) The other acro in that pic is a browned out Cerealis that is starting to show signs of coloring up) I also included a pic of my tank now that im semi-done with it for a while. I get my 20K MH bulbs in tomorrow so i'll be updating with the differences under the new light.
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The first one is certainly an ornage digitata, nice one too. It appears to have the thick branches that are most prevelant in wild and lower genseration frags. And I can't tell you the species, but those do not appear to be the same species of acro to me. Tank is looking good!
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certainly an ornage digitata, nice one too
Thanks RR, Reefermadness.us came through again. I love those guys.
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Tank is looking good!
Thanks again man, been working really hard. Im going to sit back and watch stuff grow for a while. I bought enough adult stuff to give it some definition. Im going to go on a frag campaign in a few months when I think its time to start up again.
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