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Acropora Efflorescence Frag


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    dentdominator - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Acropora Efflorescence Frag

    Looking for a frag of acropora efflorescence. LMK, if anyone knows of any.

    Thanks, Happy Holidays !!

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    Reef Paradise has a nice acro selection. Try giving Andy a call.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Looks like someone has been bitten by the acro bug!!

    And its definitely not the red one!!!!
    Last edited by Sir Patrick; 12-03-2011 at 01:00 AM.

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    something like this...

    IMG 2196 - Acropora Efflorescence Frag


    i am in Warren MI.
    let me know if your intrested
    I need to attend a Fish Breeders Anonymous class.
    mbi sigaspx?uflynnfish&ampimg2 - Acropora Efflorescence Frag

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    dentdominator - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlynnFish View Post
    something like this...

    IMG 2196 - Acropora Efflorescence Frag


    i am in Warren MI.
    let me know if your intrested
    Very interested in a frag of it. Sending PM - Thanks !!

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    Hey, I thought you were done with the acros? Things turn around?

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    dentdominator - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by slapshot View Post
    Hey, I thought you were done with the acros? Things turn around?
    I finally got it all dialed in again and made some major changes to the tank. All the dosing is now automated, re did the rock work and added sand. "Yes added sand"

    I turned the frag tank into a refugium added cheato and theres 12 mangroves growing in there. It looks sweet this time around. I just cant live without acros. Lmk if your favorite table is fragable. I would like to come check out your tank soon.
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    Ahh ha Alex, im happy about that! Actually I probably could get you a piece now. You won't believe how much it has grown. After my bout with AEFW you will remember I tossed it keeping just a frag. Well it is back to 8 inches across again. I might want to do some horse trading with you. I am looking for a couple of colorful acros. Let's get together soon!

    Don

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