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Old 06-27-2004, 04:30 PM   #1
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Yesterday I got lucky and splurged some... heres what I got

I went to an all day reef conference yesterday and I won a few items as well as picked up a few nice corals from Dr Mac and Sons.

On my way home I picked up a pair of Stripped damsels to complete my fish load in the 75.

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Dr Mac and Sons corals. I got the following two corals for $30/each.





Now on to what I won.

I won a refratcomoter as a door prize. WHOO. And the big prize I won in a raffle was a 250W MH Blueline e-ballast.
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Man, I need to go to a conference like that.
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Old 06-27-2004, 04:57 PM   #3
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Nice looking fish (sorry, not a big coral fan )!
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Nice stuff. I was going to go to that conference as well.! What is the second coral. I have two small frags that are attached to a toadstool that I bought and I didn't know what they were thanks...
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The second coral is a Fungia sp. also refered to as a plate coral.
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The second coral is a Fungia sp. also refered to as a plate coral.
Opps I'm sorry I meant the first one
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Its a brain coral (Favia sp.)
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Awesome! I need to win some stuff
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Phenomenal. I've never seen those striped damsels before. They're not very common in stores, right? Or have I just been missing them (I always oggle the SW sections, even though I'm FW for the moment)?
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