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Old 10-02-2009, 06:33 PM   #1
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I picked up a few coral frags figured I d show them to some people who would appreciate them the wall hammer is the new one, i should have gotten a betterpicture.. this is probably my favorit piece, it is really gold, the pic doesnt do it justice at all!! 4 BIG HEADS
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Nice pick ups. Just watch the lobophyllia in the 3rd pic. It looks really bleached out.
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Wow, looks good. I like them.
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Old 10-03-2009, 03:09 PM   #4
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Nice pick ups. Just watch the lobophyllia in the 3rd pic. It looks really bleached out.
yea, it is doing pretty good, i got it in the bottom of my tank under indirect lighting, the LFS had it in their frag tank under their halides its actually a Trachyphillia
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Nice pick ups. Are the blue picks on the right them under actnics?
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I love the last one, do they need a lot of light?
does 234W T5 good enough for them?
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These are my favorites. Looks awesome
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They look pretty nice. Great pick ups.
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Old 10-04-2009, 05:05 AM   #9
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thanks, I had to snag that frogspawn, ive never seen a yellow one, it has really short, thick, bunchy tentacles. ibe seen some frogspawn that have long tentacles with 1-3 little branching tentacles like a torch but this one isnt like that...the LFS has another one that isnt as colorful i believe it is in the class Frogspawn Coral Euphyllia cristata or grape coral
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Nice pick ups. Are the blue picks on the right them under actnics?
yea the blues are under actinic
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