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Reply #105

Looking great Dusty!
Them Zoas with the red skirts and them green Pallys really pop under that light, loving that Hammer too.


I’ve just placed an order for a single head Hammer and a triple headed Duncan so can’t wait.
Both those are excellent choices! Look forward to the pics.


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Reply #106

There’s a couple of pics in my thread now if you wanna take a look Dusty, lovely looking coral and well pleased with them!

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Reply #107

Newbies arrived today





I’ll

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Reply #108

New additions this week.




Plus finally got my Kole & Melanarus.... although he disappeared under the sand 5 days ago


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Reply #109

Love the pic of the crab - looks like he has some massive futuristic rocket launcher on his back lol

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Reply #110

Love the pic of the crab - looks like he has some massive futuristic rocket launcher on his back lol
The BTA did not like it at all at first and did e everything it could to get it out. But now he collects food to feed it they have become great companions.
Plus at the rate they split he’s spoilt for choice!


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Reply #111

Nice pics Dusty!
Lovely colours on the Coral in the second one, is it a Gorgonian?

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Reply #112

Yes that one is photosynthetic so although o target feed phytoplankton o don’t have to worry and it’s it’s doing well. The NPS ones were too difficult or me to keep.


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Reply #113

@DUSTYBOY272  - if you frag that Gorgonia at all would be interested! I have a NP one which is great but not got the interesting colour of yours!

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Reply #114

I’ll give it a go & let you know if they do well enough to then post out to you


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Melanarus emerges from the sand for the first time since I got him 3 weeks ago


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Reply #116

Really nice looking Melanarus you got there mate

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