Discussion in 'LPS Corals' started by Birdlady, Nov 19, 2004.
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YAY!!! Just thought I would share in the joy!!! ;D
;DThank You ;D
Try a pulsating Xenia. It has a wild appearance and is supposed to be easy to keep.
I saw one today and wanted to buy it but I spent my money on another 30 pounds of liverock
That was my second coral!
I got a green star polyp colony for free with my rock, then at the local reef club I got a frag of xenia, plus a frag of red zoanthids....all have been doing great so..I bought some new stuff! ;D
Thanks tho! They are great! I am taking some frags of my frag already to the LFS...they give 3/4 store credit! They are trying to specialize in locally propagated corals! They just had their grand opening today, in fact!
This is mine after a little trim
Nice piece!! of Frogspawn!!! and you say its been fragged like 8 times? Cool!
If there is a clean and clear separation between branches, can that be fragged? How did you do it? Underwater? What did you use to break the skeleton?
Way cool J!
Here is the same pic with were I would frag it if I was going to.
Right now it's at a good size but I may frag in a month or so
Yikes no gloves!
Birdlady - wonderful choices. LPS corals which are hardy and with the right tank frags well.
Nice coral Jason. And fragged it too!
So Birdlady, what's your feeding plan? These corals are quiet a hungry lot!
Again, congrats on your choices!
Any plans on (yikes!) going advance? Like an Elegance? Maybe a Slipper?
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