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Old 07-18-2015, 06:10 PM   #21
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You will find one now and again that finds its captive setting just fine.


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Wow Greg that is truely amazing


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The one in the left was a tiny green remnant from the bigger one when I had it on this little frag rack. About the size of a grain of sand, it grew out a base and then took off. It's now encrusted a ph probe. It's also razor sharp.


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New Tenuis I picked up yesterday.

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Sorry, grabbed the wrong pic.

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Acro lovers thread

And all under cheap Chinese LED's... Proof is always in the puddin'

Strike that, I hate the term cheap in this instance. Low cost Chinese LED's.


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I should have made it sps lovers thread I love seeing the Montis and other stuff as well I like how the acros are growing thru the purple caps mr X


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Greg that's all I run on my tank atm I put a halide on but the mrs complained there was to much excess light


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That's what's nice about SPS, they tend to get along. Glad the LED is working out for you.


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OK, consider this a highlight of this post and the post following it. These are all awesome looking corals clearly well maintained, could you list what these are if possible(if its a burden don't worry with it)? Its highly beneficial to noobs like myself. Awesome corals man, I can't wait to be able to have some of these but the cycle waits for no man lol.
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OK, consider this a highlight of this post and the post following it. These are all awesome looking corals clearly well maintained, could you list what these are if possible(if its a burden don't worry with it)? Its highly beneficial to noobs like myself. Awesome corals man, I can't wait to be able to have some of these but the cycle waits for no man lol.
The first one is a birdsnest (seriatopora)
the second is a montipora spongodes
Third are 2 acros, the pink one is a Tyree Pink Lemonade and I don't know the bright green one, and they are surrounded by a "Idaho Grape" Montipora Capricornis
4th is a purple montipora digitata
5th is a purple valida
6th is a ORA Pearlberry
7th is a blue acropora millepora.
8th - I have no idea
9th tri color valida (here it wasn't fully colored up yet. It had browned out due to a lighting issue)
10 blue millepora again
11 GARF Bonsai (also not 100% colored up...same light issue)
12- unknown.
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The first one is a birdsnest (seriatopora)
the second is a montipora spongodes
Third are 2 acros, the pink one is a Tyree Pink Lemonade and I don't know the bright green one, and they are surrounded by a "Idaho Grape" Montipora Capricornis
4th is a purple montipora digitata
5th is a purple valida
6th is a ORA Pearlberry
7th is a blue acropora millepora.
8th - I have no idea
9th tri color valida (here it wasn't fully colored up yet. It had browned out due to a lighting issue)
10 blue millepora again
11 GARF Bonsai (also not 100% colored up...same light issue)
12- unknown.
Thanks so much. Being so new to the salty side its tough learning all of these. That list just helped me put so many names to faces metaphorically.
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