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IsThisNameTaken? 03/25/2006 01:32 PM

FS: Red Blasto
 
I bought this piece from COreefer maybe 4 months ago and dont have room for it in my 4 gallon anymore. It has doubled in size since the below picture and easily has 25-30 heads. Its a beautiful coral. I'd like to get $30 or some nice rics or zoos.
http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...4Gallon078.jpg

Thanks.

denboy303 03/25/2006 03:10 PM

Give me a call I am interested! I think you know how to get in touch with me.:rollface:

Crit21 03/25/2006 04:42 PM

nice green and orange rics. where'd u get them?

IsThisNameTaken? 03/26/2006 02:08 AM

I also know where you live denboy ;)

I'm not really sure to be honest. It had to be a colorado reefer though. All my corals have come from hobbiests.

Crit21 03/27/2006 10:04 AM

I thought they looked familiar. The green probably came from my tank originally. The orange may be from mine also.

COreefer 03/27/2006 11:02 AM

Dan, wrong on both accounts. Those both came from the carribean. I picked them up at Trey's. Many people have the green one and Murf got one of the orange.

The ones I got from you were eaten by a puffer fish.

murfman 03/27/2006 11:26 AM

Mine jumped off the rock and I never saw it again.

Crit21 03/27/2006 12:03 PM

Hey--they guy who sold them to me said they were one-of-a-kind!!! So what happened to the green one I gave you?
The orange yuma is already looking different, and the "baby" has developed nicely.

murf, i've had a few do that in my new tank. I did get a glimpse of one with a flashlight--waaaaaaaaaay back under the rocks. It looks pretty big despite getting no direct light. I wish they made a tool to snake through the rock piles to retrieve the little b******s.

IsThisNameTaken? 03/27/2006 03:33 PM

They both came from reefers up north. I think I got the green one from a guy in Boulder and the Yuma came from a guy in Denver.

I wouldnt say either of these are "One of a kind" I have a couple of each aquired from different places.

I've found that rics will jump if there in an area with to much flow. Maybe something to keep in mind.

Crit21 03/27/2006 04:16 PM

The one-of-a-kind comment was in jest.


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