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  1. Aussie Torch Aussie Torch

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    May 2012
    Toledo, OH
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    Like the title says, this is my Aussie Torch - I love how unique the corals are!! They don't photograph right on - it has a Purplish/blue hue to the base, with BRIGHT yellow tips! I've grown it from one polyp and now have about 9 total polyps between 3 different pieces...

    Is this one of those pieces that I love because I've had it forever and watched it grow, or is it as cool as I think? Haha
    Last edited by jimsflies; 05-21-2012 at 05:11 AM. Reason: attached photo for display purposes

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