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 Few pics to share

I went to Bert's here in town 2 weeks ago and was looking in their bargain tank, and bought 3 nice Pocillipora frags for 10 bucks each. And much to my surprize, they are still living. I've tried SPS before with some frags Tizzo gave me, but the snails and hermits kept knocking them around til I finally lost track of them. These are epoxied in real good this time.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 27, 2007 12:51 pm
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Never even saw this thread!!
Very nice frags RB, wait til they fill out, they are very hardy and very pretty... If you start getting "fuzzy lumps" around your tank, it is not hydroids, pocillopora multiply very quickly and easily.

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Yeah, they ain't bad for 10 bucks. I've moved them around to see where they like it best and it seems they like it right at the top of the tank in the brightest light.
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 looks good

Wow, I certainly missed this thread too!! Cool Shocked

Looking good, . . . you've got some nice pieces there, how's the growth coming along?
Great way to go and an excellent way to contribute to saving our reefs . . . anything we
can do to propagate our own will limit the amount we take from ocean reefs. Wink

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Very nice indeed. For only ten bucks they look great! How are they doing now?

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