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Old 02-17-2009, 07:45 PM   #1
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Wink New Frags I picked up over this past Weekend.

Pick up some Frags for $10 each. Also got a bunch of Red Monti Cap for just $10 The only one that was $20 was my Acan I picked up don't actually know which Acan but it is nice....

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Old 02-17-2009, 07:47 PM   #2
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Just a Couple more

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Oh and Finally My Xenia Coral Is Getting Bigger every Week....
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Old 02-17-2009, 08:14 PM   #3
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Tank, looking nice. Just a couple things I noticed; you do have some aiptasia - 2nd to last picture above the red monti. Nuke those suckers before they start reproducing. On the xenia, it will crawl up your rock work to get to the light - which means it may crawl across your yellow polyps. Just a couple things I would thought should be pointed out.
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Yes! Thanks for Point THAT OUT!! .... Yeah I already know About the Aiptasia... I am just letting them think they are the boss for now.... As for my Xenia yes they will crawl They crawl all the way to the top already When i first got them over a Month ago they were on the bottom but now with growth and crawling they might even stay cause they are in the center were the most current in the tank is at...
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Yes! Thanks for Point THAT OUT!! .... Yeah I already know About the Aiptasia... I am just letting them think they are the boss for now.... As for my Xenia yes they will crawl They crawl all the way to the top already When i first got them over a Month ago they were on the bottom but now with growth and crawling they might even stay cause they are in the center were the most current in the tank is at...
Tank, my friend (if I may call you that), do not wait with aiptasia. Before you know it, you will have a tank full, and they will be the boss. Once they start reproducing, they get into cracks and crevices where you cannot get too them, and you will never completely be rid of them. Nor does it take them long to start taking over a tank and killing corals by stinging.
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Tank, my friend (if I may call you that), do not wait with aiptasia. Before you know it, you will have a tank full, and they will be the boss. Once they start reproducing, they get into cracks and crevices where you cannot get too them, and you will never completely be rid of them. Nor does it take them long to start taking over a tank and killing corals by stinging.
I've been fighting Aiptasia for as long as I can remember... And yes I understand they can spread I've done enough re-search on what they are capable of.... Thank for your concern... :p
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I've been fighting Aiptasia for as long as I can remember... And yes I understand they can spread I've done enough re-search on what they are capable of.... Thank for your concern... :p
Very good then, not trying to rub you wrong, just sharing my concern. Looking forward to seeing more pics of your tank as it grows out.
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Some real nice pick ups Frankie. I love the red caps.
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Very good then, not trying to rub you wrong, just sharing my concern. Looking forward to seeing more pics of your tank as it grows out.
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Some real nice pick ups Frankie. I love the red caps.
Thanks Mike... I actually had to move my Anemone this morning he got pretty close 2 a couple of my Caps....
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