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Old 09-16-2003, 03:53 PM   #1
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New corals

Ordered some corals from The Logical Reef, not Zoanthids.

I am so jazzed! Ordered a blue polyp M. Cap and an Octobubble, and some green star polyps (I didn't include the star polyps pic because they haven't opened yet).

As you can tell I was so excited I didn't wait for the Octobubble to fully inflate. the M. Cap will be located in a different spot tomorrow, didn't want to shock it, love the little polyps on it.

Hope you like them.
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WOW! That Octobubble is amazingly beautiful!

Good job!
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Old 09-16-2003, 04:16 PM   #3
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Great corals!! Love the M. cap!!

GWIW, I would move the octobubble off the sand bed and into the rock workk, they are not naturally found on the sand bed and granules of sand could irritate the flesh causing infection.
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Great pics!
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Ok thanks Kevin, wasn't sure about that, now I've got to figure out where to put it, got a hammer at one end and anchor on the other, don't want a fight, plus an acro above it.

I'll have to figure out something, thanks for the advice, didn't read that anywhere, glad I read it here
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Awesome! Love the Logical Reef. That cap is a fantastic color!
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they look great post the star pic when they open!!!
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here's the GSP, looks sparse but not all the polyps are out yet, I know it won't be long and it will be nice and full.
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A few thoughts on the GSP...isolate it. Put it somewhere where it can't spread to the other rocks in the tank. I would pay money for something that would eat mine, they are taking over.
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LOL thanks, but we are hoping it will spread to the other rocks, it's in the 5 gallon and well we aren't planning on doing a lot of corals in that tank, just something that will add some color.
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