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Old 06-25-2004, 05:58 PM   #1
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I ordered a $25.00 xmas tree worm rock form liveaquaria.com because I think they are so cool. Look at what they sent me LoL I am still in shock. Its 3 xmas tree worms on a 9.5lb piece of porites... I don't know if I should be laughing or crying. Anyhow im going to figure out WTH to do with this monster, I was expecting a few pieces of rubble as there site proclaims

"The Christmas Tree Worm is normally shipped with several individuals attached to a small peice of live rock or rubble."
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That is soooo cool, that is the one piece I want to get for our tank, but unfortuantely haven't a good place for it Very cool, I'm green with envy
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That is great. Is that porites blue? In retrospect that 9lb rock could be 'small' depending on what size tank.
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Its a grey blue. The rock is 7X8" and 4" tall, the picture is from the far right side of my 105. Yea, I guess by the oceans standards its pretty small hehe In my tank it looks like I ripped 25% of the great barrier off and stuck it in my tank LoL.
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3 worms??? I'd rip them a new one, I can assure you of that!
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