My Size Corals

Discussion in 'General Images' started by seank, 1 Jun 2009.

  1. seank

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    Now this is the size Corals I will be interested in, next time I start the Tank up...:lol:

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    No man, you suppose to put in frags and watch them evolve fella :p
     
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    Think I should change your signature for you 'A reef doesnt evolve, it is instant' :lol:
     
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    Some of those colonies look nice otherwise they are just ugly and bulky :( like they werent pruned into the tank feng shui enough :p
     
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    just add water:lol::lol:
     
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    Instant Ocean :p
     
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    :lol::lol:
     
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    Ja Ja, if only it was that easy :razz:
     
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    Some of those bigger pieces look kind of cool:)
     
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    hehehe check out whos planning next tank already! :)

    some of those big collonies really do look fantastic though :)
     
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    WOW!!! STUNNING TANKS. Check out those red mushrooms in the 5th pic!!! Damn... With shrooms that size, you can almost chuck the sump!!! ;)

    And tell me, what is that thing right in the middle front (in the substrate) looking like a feather. My dad has one that is blood red... What is it?


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    its a gorgonian!! (seafan)
     
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    whaoooo that is the bommmmmmmm:thumbup:
     
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    Wow stunning pics
     
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    I agree 100% Sean - unfortunately, you never BUY corals that sizde, you GROW THEM until they REACH that size, in your tank! So - Patience is the key here mate! ;)
     
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    :whistling: :whistling: :whistling: :whistling: Watch this space next year:whistling: :whistling::p
     
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    Cool! I am VERY PATIENT! I'll wait and see! ;)
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    LoL. already started in the Concrete tank with Rockscaping the way I ALWAYS WANTED IT AND NOT FORCED to do it.I just need a lot more Bags of Arragonite- crushed finely and Medium.
    By this time next year, the Rockscaping as well as the waterflow WILL be Perfect
     
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    SUPERCOOL SEAN! The saltwater is in your blood, man!
     

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