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Old 05-11-2005, 10:27 PM   #1
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Default 6 New Frags from eeeeeeeeBaaaaayyyyy and one from my LFS

http://www.fragoutpost.com/forums/at...ntid=275&stc=1

Ebay 1: This guy must not be happy? He doesnt really want to open.

http://www.fragoutpost.com/forums/at...ntid=274&stc=1

Ebay 2: Really cool looking guy. I dont know its name.

http://www.fragoutpost.com/forums/at...ntid=276&stc=1

Ebay 3: Nicely colored. I dont know its name either.

http://www.fragoutpost.com/forums/at...ntid=277&stc=1

Ebay 4: Pavona Coral AKA Catus Coral. I really love this one!

http://www.fragoutpost.com/forums/at...ntid=278&stc=1

Ebay 5: Green Birds Nest. These guys do not ship well. Tips are damage. I hope there is no RTN in the future for this guy.

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Ebay 6: Finialy, something purple. I needed something purple in my tank besides rock! I hope this purple Birds Nest does well. Notest those damage tips. EEEEK.

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LFS 1: Way awesome Milli from my LFS. Has more blue on the polyps in real life.

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Old 05-11-2005, 10:35 PM   #2
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I can never post damn pictures on here right.
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Old 05-11-2005, 10:36 PM   #3
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the photos are good, just a little big.

Great looking frags. Looks like you have great polyp extension on all of them.

That pavona is a fast grower and will encrust to anything it touches. Great coral, and it can emit sweepers from time to time.
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When uploading photos, you're using the "Manage Attachments" button right?
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When uploading photos, you're using the "Manage Attachments" button right?


Yeah, I don't know why I can't do it correctly. I go to manage attachments, then up load my pictures. Then paste the URL into the [img]*[/IMG] botton thing.
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Default The first coral.

I dont know what the first coral's deal is. He better open up soon. Or else I will dip him into vinegar.



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When using the manage attachment button all images will be displayed at the bottom of your post. Use the [IMG]...[/IMG] tags if your images are located elsewhere on the internet. You don't need to use both methods together. If you need to resize an image then you can use the JPEG optimization utility here - http://www.fragoutpost.com/jpeg-compression.php
A good size for posting photos in the forums is about 500-600 pixels.
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A good size for posting photos in the forums is about 500-600 pixels.

Or 640 x 480 like my usual pictures. Nice pieces by the way.
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Or 640 x 480 like my usual pictures. Nice pieces by the way.


Thanks, the first one doesn't look like he's happy. Little polyp expansion. Does this look common for his type.
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Good possiblity. I have one that only opens up at night.
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