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A very Cherry update!


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    cherrycorals - Reefkeeper CR Sponsor
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    Default A very Cherry update!

    All of these and more are uploaded now!

    Cute nano Elegance(5 to choose from)
    minielegance6 - A very Cherry update!
    Big bright zoa's and paly's
    napalmscombozoa3434 - A very Cherry update!
    anotheryellowhornet3 - A very Cherry update!
    Challices....oh challices...
    pumpkinpatch2 - A very Cherry update!
    watermelonstunner 1 - A very Cherry update!
    solarstreak8327492334 - A very Cherry update!
    crazyeyechallice3 - A very Cherry update!
    Gorgeous Rainbow Monti colony (its huge!)
    rainbowcloseup - A very Cherry update!
    Disgustingly hot Acan's
    neptunebabyweb - A very Cherry update!
    kruggerand3 - A very Cherry update!

    Happy Holidays!!

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    By "nano elegance" do you mean it will stay small? I've read they get up to 7-8"


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    cherrycorals - Reefkeeper CR Sponsor
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    Quote Originally Posted by MizTanks View Post
    By "nano elegance" do you mean it will stay small? I've read they get up to 7-8"


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    By "nano" I mean its small. Think of it as a puppy, small and cute now but destined to get bigger, although I imagine a puppy will grow quite a bit faster than an elegance.

    That being said, doesn't pretty much everything in our tanks get bigger given good conditions and time?

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Right about that. Tis why I asked about size. Guess I'm gonna have to wait til I upgrade. That sure is one beautiful coral. Hope it's around after the new year


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    cephalotus - Reefkeeper
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    The Patrick chalice is sweet.

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