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Postby boonbee on Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:02 pm

- TONS of assorted acro frags

- TONS of assorted montipora frags

- Tank Raised Clownfish - various types

- Tank Raised Dottybacks - various types

- Mimic Tangs

- small clown trigger

- Bunch of 1.5" assorted maxima Clams

- Tank Raised Neon Goby

- African Lyretail Anthias

- African Green Chromis

- African Racoon Butterfly - really large

- Harlequin Tusk Fish - tiny

- soapfish

** Extraordinary Diana Hog Fish**
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Postby BraenDead on Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:22 pm

Paul definately got some nice stuff in - picked up a few real nice ORA frags and there are plenty remaining, all looked to be quite healthy. Sounds like the should be getting another shipment tonight around 11PM as well.

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Postby meisen on Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:35 pm

Hmm have to get over there quick.....everyone disreguard the above post 8)
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Postby Gren on Fri Oct 27, 2006 6:56 am

Dammit I need my tank to cycle faster!
Fiffty pirate frigates versus one ninja in a row boat....seems unfair for the pirates, doesn't it?
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Postby Lake75 on Fri Oct 27, 2006 12:36 pm

Thanks for the information. Picked up a small maxima after seeing your post. Nice work! :)
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Postby <"))))>( on Fri Oct 27, 2006 10:44 pm

I was in there the other night and some guy was in there, a real know-it-all, he said that all the frags floating in the tank were "obviously acros" after I tried to make some conversation with him about the milleporas and montiporas that were floating amidst the acros. It's too bad people have to be that way. Anyway, there are some nice pink and blue milles down there, and they look great right out of the bag, polyps fully extended today. I am going pick a couple up this weekend.
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Postby BraenDead on Sat Oct 28, 2006 1:30 am

Actually <"))))>(, that was me in the store that you were talking with. I wasn't trying to be rude but the particular corals in question were indeed acro's: the bag marked fuzzy is an Acropora abrolhosensis and the blue bottlebrush and the purple pillow I was talking about are both also Acropora's. Yes, there were also Millepora and Montipora in there however those were never the topic of discussion. Wasn't trying to be rude about the matter but at the time I was in a bit of a time crunch.

Anyways, sorry if I came off harsh or anything - hopefully we can talk some more at a meeting or Living Arts in the future.

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Postby Mike Brolin on Sun Oct 29, 2006 6:45 pm

I GOT THE TINY TUSK FISH . HES SO CUTE . SO HAPPY I GOT HIM . MIKE
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Postby Mark on Wed Nov 01, 2006 6:35 pm

Got a REAL nice ORA frag, thanks for the heads-up.


Perhaps the millepora issue arose from the fact those are Acropora millepora vs. varieties of the Genus Millepora [fire coral, much more rarely seen in the hobby]. Same name, but with one as Genus, other as a species name ... very different corals, very confusing naming. [One hurts!]
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