kenya tree :)

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  1. the glass guy

    the glass guy Flamingo Tongue

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    It took 6 months but i finally got my Kenya tree. Its only a small frag as of now but soon a forest! Pics will come soon along with a few other frags i got. (finally got tree up look down a few posts. also got part of my awesome mushroom )
     
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  3. rcflyer1388

    rcflyer1388 Bubble Tip Anemone

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    get ready for it to literally turn your tank into a forest lol.
     
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    the glass guy Flamingo Tongue

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    I am excited for it. Can you point me in the direction on any good smaller fish that like to swim through and hide in kenyas? Our next purchase its gonna be a green goby, a pistol shrimp to pair with or orange spotted prawn goby. but really want to find something that will use the trees as its home. any help would be awesomeand thanks in advance.
     
  5. Corailline

    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    It is a dry heat, yeah right !
    Sexy shrimp love the stuff. They climb among the branches and hang around at the base. The coral produce some type of mucous coating that sexy shrimp think is yummy.
    Yellow clown goby and the Citron might perch on the branches, but they'll pick an sps first if they have the chance.
     
  6. the glass guy

    the glass guy Flamingo Tongue

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    We actually just lost out citrinus goby to our powerhead :( . That was our original reason for going but instead got a orange spotted prawn goby, some zombie snails and the frag. Next is the pistol shrimp. Also i have been noticing allot of people have theirs in sand us it bad i placed mine directly on rock?
     
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    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    It is a dry heat, yeah right !
    It should start self fragging by breaking into pieces that float around the tank. The coral will grow anywhere. I had some growing on my over flow where it got no light, with water rushing over it.
    You need to show us an image of yours. It's a wonderful coral that adds a lot of movement.
     
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  9. the glass guy

    the glass guy Flamingo Tongue

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    Does any pine know how to post from a cell phone. Ok edit. I think i figured it out even said my upload was a success but now i don't now how to find them. lol. I thought i picked coral as my place to upload to but negative lol
     
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  10. Corailline

    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    It is a dry heat, yeah right !
    Try a photobucket account, it's free.
     
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    the glass guy Flamingo Tongue

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    [​IMG] here is bob on day one looking good. starting to worry though cause he has shrunk considerably but have read it is common(i hope so) as long as they don't look like it melting away. however do to worry about placement i have noticed a lot of people have theirs dirrectly on the sand so i broke the rock he was on and buried the rock portion under the sand,and it seems tobe helping a little but still to soon to know
     
  12. BrianJ

    BrianJ Peppermint Shrimp

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    You are the first person I've seen to name your corals, such a great idea! Lol.