Thank you for the kind comments, all. Maybe I should start a "What are you bringing to the 2012 Lansing Swap" thread." Ha! I also have lots of other frags like Superman Monti, Pokerstar Monti, Sunset monti, Garf's Purple bonsai, lots of zoanthids and zoa combo rocks (King Midas, Tubbs Blues, Orange Bam Bam combinations). Huge Jimmy Cigar's Orange Sherbet chalice frags available as well. Pics of the other animals are available if interested. Thanks, John
Hey Roger! Those were sold some time ago, but I will have at least one sharp mini colony available at the swap. It's a great piece because it is about three inches long by two and a half inches wide with about forty or fifty spikes all the same length, facing straight up. It's already tabling before it starts! Should grow into a beautiful centerpiece in anyone's tank. The Red Planet is one of the sharpest and sturdiest acros out there, in my book.
Here is a photo of the piece I have. Haven't mounted it yet.
John's red planet is the sharpest and toughest I've ever owned.You will not be disapointed.I thought I lost the first one to AEFW attack so I got another one from him.The color is awsome.Glad to report the second has grown about 50 percent and the original is at about 80 percent recovered. Nice enough to be glad I have two LOL well worth the cash
And yes you should post on the swap thread John so I know how big of a money wheel barrel I'll need/See you there.I'll be the bearded guy throwing money at ya
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