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    A few LPS pictures

    A few LPS pictures
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    Nice looking acan and chalice. Im looking at doing an acan garden on my sandless bottom. Here is my only acan thats grown from one to about 10 in less then 6 months. This pic is a little older
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    Blastomussa and Micromussa is where it's at. Show your micros Mark.

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    Nice pics Mark. I love the rainbow acan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Reborn View Post
    Blastomussa and Micromussa is where it's at. Show your micros Mark.
    They are pretty close to acans. To me just not as cool markings. But some do have pretty cool markings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisjbarry View Post
    Nice looking acan and chalice. Im looking at doing an acan garden on my sandless bottom. Here is my only acan thats grown from one to about 10 in less then 6 months. This pic is a little older
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    Great looking acan

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Reborn View Post
    Blastomussa and Micromussa is where it's at. Show your micros Mark.
    I will try to get a few pictures.

    Quote Originally Posted by newbiefish View Post
    Nice pics Mark. I love the rainbow acan.
    Thanks

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    Is that a chalice below the candy canes?
    I agree with Joe, blastos and micros are the shizzle. I know Mark has some really nice ones.

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    Acans are awesome there are so many different colors and patterns it seems if there is a unlimited supply of different ones. Great colors too.
    Im not a big fan of torches i like duncans and frogspawn better but this aussie short tentacle gold torch has been one of my Favorite lps corals for a while now.


 

 

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