Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 17:12:33 -0800 (PST)
From: "J.R. Eaton"
Subject: coral frags and an update
I am interested in GARF Plugs of the following:
MIKE PALETTA BLUE ACROPORA
Please let me know what's available. I have attached a picture of my 38 gallon reef. You'll note the two colonies of green star polyps on the left and the one on the right (text above them also) These started as little balls of purple tissue about a half inch in diameter. I separated them when they first arrived. Now they completely cover the rocks they're on and are growing onto neighboring rocks. They are easily 10 times the size the were when I got them. I actually have propagated them a couple times for friends. I also attached a pic of my 15 gallon tank that used to be a display tank and now is a propagation tank (obviously on a very small scale.)
I'm building a house and moving in Sep. My goal is to set up a 90 gallon and to have all the corals i need and want for it. I plan to grow the frags I've got (20+ monitpora, acropora, zoanthids, green stars, mushrooms, pipe organ, 1 gorgonian, etc) so they'll be bigger for the 90 gallon when I set that up. If you'd like more pics of either tank, or the frags, let me know. I didn't want to flood you with pics though. I'm sure you get enough. Thanks, J.R. Eaton b
To: "J.R. Eaton"
From: "(GARF) LeRoy & Sally Jo Headlee"
Subject: Re: coral frags and an update
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