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    bluwc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Mar 2011
    Clio, MI

    Default Coral Growth

    So I decided to do a growth topic on some of the corals I have put in my 30 cube. I will post each individual and then edit them every so often. I will start off by a Miami Hurricane I aquired on March

    March 19th, a few hours after I put it in my 60g
    MHmarch19 - Coral Growth

    I put this chalice in my cube on May 31. Not the best pic, but I wasn't focusing on it and it was the only pic I could find
    MHmay31 - Coral Growth

    June 12
    MHjune12 - Coral Growth

    July 1
    MHjuly1 - Coral Growth

    July 19, notice it grew 5 eyes in 18 days.....that's some growth!
    MHjuly19 - Coral Growth

    Aug 24 now has about 26 eyes
    Img 0714 - Coral Growth
    Last edited by bluwc; 08-24-2011 at 04:06 PM.

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    Sweet Troy! Keep up the great work.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Jarred1 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    South Florida


    Looks great!
    "It happens, and as long as the clowns out there keep paying top dollar, they will stay top dollar. Just a way of life, imagine how much cheaper a Tahoe or Yukon would cost if the word 'bling' was never invented..."

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