Discussion in 'Hobbies & Critters' started by Jon in SW Ohio, Jun 11, 2006.
Does he also have a wife? oke:
She left when tank number 7 or 8 moved in
With how much money I've spent on just this small tank, I can see why she left. Not to mention the coral I'm gonna probably buy today, it would buy a couple roths...but it is pretty. It's a grey and red Acanthastrea lordhowensis, like the one below, only a whole colony instead of just one polyp like in the pic:
Yeah, I said fish, not anything corals.
ohh, Jon....I could say something here. Then again, I could also just say, if it is pretty you should get it!
I can enable when it comes to things other than plants too. Mates aren't everything. :evil:
Actually just got back from buying it, and a few others. I haggled down quite a bit and got it much cheaper than I could find on the internet(or anywhere else). These guys sell for up to $150 a polyp, but more commonly about $20 per polyp...I got mine for about $5 a polyp. I also got a blue Zoanthid that I had seen at the local fish store for $80, at only $15 there since the guy didn't know what he had.
All in all, I spent about half what I was expecting too so I'm happy. Photos to come once they are acclimated tonight.
Well after doing a more realistic estimate of the number of polyps on this acan, I actually spent much less than I even said above...at least that's my rationale. I've talked enough about it, here it is finally.
The Gramma is even amazed by it, and wouldn't let me take a picture of it without being shown with it.
And since I had to do some slight remodelling to the tank, here's the updated full tank shot.
CONTINENTAL MARK II
Amazing And Beautiful Photos. Thanks.
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