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    I had some time and thought since summer is finally here I would take some pictures I’m calling them In Full Bloom.

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    fts102110011r - In Full Bloom

    OK not Non-photo but I love it!

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    Look who popped out to see what all the fuss was about:


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    Wonderful pictures!!! Please tell me what #6 is and can you frag it? LOL J/K
    There's nothing like being a Reefer! www.upmmas.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by MizTanks View Post
    Wonderful pictures!!! Please tell me what #6 is and can you frag it? LOL J/K
    thank you and it's a Tube Anemone. Not frangible I'm afraid. LOL

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    I've got a tube anemone just like it. Love the thing...but I think it might have taken out a couple fish. I'm down to only two fish now!

    Don- Love that eel pic. You should enter him and some of your others in our coral collector and fish finder...would love to see them rotating in the front page slide show and in the showcase tab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slapshot View Post
    thank you and it's a Tube Anemone. Not frangible I'm afraid. LOL
    Just figured that out by remembering Jimsflies has/had one
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    Love the pics!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    I've got a tube anemone just like it. Love the thing...but I think it might have taken out a couple fish. I'm down to only two fish now!

    Don- Love that eel pic. You should enter him and some of your others in our coral collector and fish finder...would love to see them rotating in the front page slide show and in the showcase tab.
    I love my Tubes! I have three but this one was the only one open at that moment. They are very cool and have never bothered anything in my tank. In fact, I have one that a pair of Petersoni that have hosted in one.

    things at work are getting more under control so I will have time to get back to checking the contests. Thanks Jim!

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    Great job on the pics. You got some awesome livestock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larryandlaura View Post
    Great job on the pics. You got some awesome livestock.
    Thank you very much. I have another special treat coming tomorrow. I hope it all works out as I have been searching for this one coral for 1 1/2 years.

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    After moving somethings around a new FTS:

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