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Old 03-08-2013, 8:05 AM   #21
Sewer Urchin Sewer Urchin is offline
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I had a nice red planet growing had three branches growing started to take off, apparently I had found the sweet spot in the tank thaen it fell into a mass of frogspawn.

I guess I can use it to set my set my white balance now! I did pick up a new frag at the Feb meet, I just a little sore at myself over losing the first one.

Ripped-that's a cool thing to offer, oh and that Forest Fire Digi is doing great, I've got it glued in nice and tight it's not going any where this time!
Murphy's Law of Reefkeeping, the $10 critter will always beat the $50+ critter.

- Jenn

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