FS Australian gold torch

mandarin

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#13
beautiful.. it's great to see aquaculture ones. I've heard its hard to keep the wild ones alive. I think most melt within a year.
I have had this colony for about 4 years now started as a little two head frag from coral reef in Seekonk. it had 6 heads before I just fragged it one of the slowes growing but most beautiful lps I have seen


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CoralJunkie

John
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#14
I have had this colony for about 4 years now started as a little two head frag from coral reef in Seekonk. it had 6 heads before I just fragged it one of the slowes growing but most beautiful lps I have seen


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I remember them having an entire tank of these, very nice. Do you have the rbta that they had?
 

mannysmusic

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#15
Yeah i had grabbed one from Jeremy also. Did good for awhile then went downhill all of a sudden.

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mandarin

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#16
I have had this colony for about 4 years now started as a little two head frag from coral reef in Seekonk. it had 6 heads before I just fragged it one of the slowes growing but most beautiful lps I have seen


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I remember them having an entire tank of these, very nice. Do you have the rbta that they had?
Sorry no nems


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