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progress on blue hornets and candy apple reds


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    Default progress on blue hornets and candy apple reds

    Got a polyp of candy apple red and 4 polyps of blue hornets from MyNemises about 27 days ago and already I have 2 polyps of growth on my Candy Apple Red and 3 Babies on my blue hornets These seem to be growing pretty quick and look great, I can't wait for these to encrust the rocks they are on. I have to thank John again for the always great quality coral he provides.

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    bluwc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Yeah, next month you should have 15 blue hornets. I know all of mine are very fast growers, even from single polyps. I think my purple hornets grow the fastest though. I haven't had any luck with getting too much growth on the candy apple reds, but that could be because of my other tanks conditions weren't right for it. Glad to see they're growing for ya.

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    Awesome job! Keep us updated.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Very nice growth...BH look awesome as a colony. I like them better than PH.

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    thats great!!! those are two sweet polyps to have grow fast like that.

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    steve&mari - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Where's the pics lol great job growing em
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    I definitely have to get some pics up and just in time to, my mom just got a new camera :P

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    Way coolbig Steve

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    whitetiger61 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    yeah lets see those pics..i got some purples and blues from a friend and they are doing great..not sure they are growing that fast but growing..thats the main thing..

    Rick

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