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  1. #351

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    Couple of new pieces, these came from @BluewaterBoof neck of the woods. I bought these from pictures for $15 each. One because the color stuck out so much in pictures and the other because you could tell it was a huge frag. Not disappointed with either.

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    Congrats on the new frags!

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    Nice dude!

    The second one looks similar to a frag I bought from Dee at Reef-Licious. Is that where you ordered them from?

  4. #354

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    Yeah, they are both from Dee. A friend of mind was in Alb for a business trip and stopped by there. Picked stuff up for a few of us, plus Dee donated a few acan frags to the club for our frag swap at the meeting next week.

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    I bought most of my frags from Dee. I used to think his shop was overpriced a while back, but the quality of specimens and his variety just kind of blew away Southwest Reef so I've pretty much switched back to him. All my acans/micros, favia, favites, acros, leptos, leptastrea, and monti have come from his shop and all of them have turned out beautiful.

    The one in your second pic, do the polyps have short dark tentacles with one longer light-tipped one that grows out of each center? He called the one I got "Lightning Fruit Punch" hahaha

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    Crappy photo of the one I got. You can kind of see how it has a longer white-tipped tentacle sticking out of each polyp.

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    It looks good. Ive got 6 acro frags and one digi frag sitting on a rack. I kind of want to let them encrust before I place them. I doubt I have that much patience thought

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    So some good news. The last couple of times Iíve tried to feed stitch he wasnít interested. I knew not to be concerned but I was anyways. Figured out why today, he eats the frozen stuff I use too! I was super excited to see thatís some of the reason he wasnít hungry. He ate some frozen today and almost an entire silver side.

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    Awesome! I don't think some folks realize just how much of a relief it is when an animal like that will accept frozen.

    It's always a bit discouraging when they go through fasts. My ball python would go on a three-month hunger strike each winter and I would always be a little stressed even though I knew it was normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluewaterBoof View Post
    Awesome! I don't think some folks realize just how much of a relief it is when an animal like that will accept frozen.

    It's always a bit discouraging when they go through fasts. My ball python would go on a three-month hunger strike each winter and I would always be a little stressed even though I knew it was normal.
    Yeah I've had other creatures do it before. My bearded will go in his hide out and just sleep for a few days to a week at a time. Again perfectly normal, but I don't like it. When they brumate you are suppose to leave them alone, but doesn't mean I like to. It's nearly impossible to see him breathing.

    One advantage of stitch going after frozen is you get to see his whole body. I rarely see more than his head, but last night he was coming further out and you could see about half of him. He's already put on some thickness in his body.

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