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Dr. Dendrostein

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My lights just went off, I have watched it on and off all day, it is a lovely animal! :)

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I know you got a really healthy specimen I'm dealing with mine and on Monday waiting for a credit,should be done by Wednesday.
 
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So, Deadpool she's a little over 1 month, no atrophy, plump where stalk attaches to rock.
The 6 from tonga, no atrophy, the one by itself very plumpy by base

I think flow most crucial, foods when they're very hungry, they eat anything.
Filtration can be modified to be supercharged or not.

But as we've seen, I had a timer go out and right away I could see change, not for the better.
Must keep eye that all is operating like a fine oiled machine.

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these were the ones I've been waiting for since the band started they also come in a strawberry color. One box was delivered all wet and there was some water with the coral we'll see what happens

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Sucks that one of the boxes leaked but, hopefully, there was no effect on the orange puff balls!
 
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What was the timer controlling?
Helps create a flow pattern, that seem to agree with most carnation corals in my tank. My scleronephthya since adding Deadpool and others, not been to happy. That's life, that's what people say. .....
 

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