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Red Macro? Devil's Toung?


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    Clownfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Red Macro? Devil's Toung?

    Looking for red macro, any type... LMK, Thanks.

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    Clownfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Bump to the top.....................


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    Is AnnArbor too far for ya? I have some cool red macro available. I can find pics, If you are interested.

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    No, Ann Arbor isn't too far... Whacha got?

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    I will get ya a WYSIWYG pic sunday. Best part about it- its free, just gotta pic up.

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    OK, sounds great, LMK when and where you're available, and thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    I will get ya a WYSIWYG pic sunday. Best part about it- its free, just gotta pic up.
    OK, what have ya got??? I have peeps in place for a pick up ! !

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    Heres a couple pics. Fist pic isnt all that great-

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    Second pic, I might be able to get a piece, but no promises. I will try though. Its in a really tough spot to break the rock-

    100 2988 - Red Macro?  Devil's Toung?


    Both pieces are kinda small, but both will grow. 1st pic is about a 50 cent piece in diameter or so, and the secong pic is smaller than a dime in diameter.

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    OK, any idea what they are? Did it come in on LR, or did you place it on purpose? Thanks, LMK what your schedule is like, and major cross streets.

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    I think, the first one is- Red branching Dictyota macroalgae

    and the second is- Kallymenia reniformis

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