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Zoa and Paly garden


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    Default Zoa and Paly garden

    Hello all

    i started a new tank its a 15 gallon tank live rock and all that jazz, this tank is all palys and zoas so here what i got so far, devils armor some big fat pink palys, rastas , a morph of the rastas a few nukes and my pride a joys a frag of yellow jackets there popping a baby right now, ill add some pics down the road here.

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    Chelle's Ocean - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Nice- can't wait to see pics

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