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Old 22-07-09, 19:13
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i get lots of my stuff from amwell too so maybe where i got my black and white stripy thing too then. your red and white acans look the same as mine. did you get from there too as i know they had a massive rock that they smashed up into frags. i got a 40 quid one that had only one whole head and lots of half heads. they said they will recover and sure enough in less than a month or so i nearly got 7 full heads pics coming soon on them on my thread.
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Old 22-07-09, 21:45
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The orange and purple/brown ones have just got bigger, i havent got them to make any baby mushrooms yet. maybe you will have better luck!
Are baby mushrooms called 'buttons'? They are my faves James! They are even bigger today and the stripeys are huge too Darren only said this eve how full the tank looks now
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did you get from there too as i know they had a massive rock that they smashed up into frags.
I sure did. In fact virtually all the corals I have now came from Amwell's, barring a few pieces
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Old 22-07-09, 21:47
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Nice helpful woman that Laura
Pitty i live a million miles away !!
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Old 23-07-09, 05:42
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Laura is awesome, gooooooo Laura
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Old 23-07-09, 07:03
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Pitty i live a million miles away !!
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It is indeed as it also means your tank is a million miles away from my eager eyes

Laura, James and the Epping Amwells branch ROCK! Can't speak about the Soham branch as I have never visited it
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Old 23-07-09, 20:58
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not sure about baby mushys being called buttons lol

yeh the tank looks very full for how new it is! lol hows the water getting along? any probs? or all been good?
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Old 23-07-09, 21:02
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gee shucks, thanks guys
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Old 24-07-09, 10:50
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Old 25-07-09, 16:08
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I've decided on my out there swimmy fish...Blue Eye Cardinals Got them on order from Amwells A nice shoal of 6 will do me just nicely and maybe an orchid dottyback or royal gramma to finish off

The corals are now vast and I have to clean the glass and let that settle then I'll take more pics. So happy at the moment
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Old 25-07-09, 16:50
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I've decided on my out there swimmy fish...Blue Eye Cardinals Got them on order from Amwells A nice shoal of 6 will do me just nicely and maybe an orchid dottyback or royal gramma to finish off

The corals are now vast and I have to clean the glass and let that settle then I'll take more pics. So happy at the moment

Very nice choice of fish, have seen these in a thread and they looked amazing in a shoal, and have been looking fo it ever since memory fading it was in a large cube tank with just one type of coral really nice as is yours.
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