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my new corals!


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    demonclownfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default my new corals!

    well here is some of my new coral i will get pics of the rest as they open up more

    rastas/pretty pennies-
    20030101 03 4 - my new corals!
    20030101 05 5 - my new corals!
    20030101 04 4 - my new corals!


    chalice-
    20030101 02 7 - my new corals!

    favia-
    20030101 02 02 1 - my new corals!
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    Argent - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    nice pickups demon!
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    thanks argent, im trying to get hte other 3 i got to open up. still moving them aorund to find hteir comfort spot

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    Nice pick ups! Where ya score these at?

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    demonclownfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    i got the rastas/pretty pennies? from blammomike

    and i got the chalice, favia, 2 zoa frags from kee's

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    Looks like some great buys.

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    Sweeeeet lookin corals-nice pics too.
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    demonclownfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    thanks lionhead and miz the pics of the chalice and favia stink but i think the rasta/pp came out pretty good

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    Nice Work...

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    Very nice pick up!!!

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