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How about a frag "wish list" thread for Fall Fest?

Discussion in '2009' started by Waverz, Sep 22, 2009.

  1. Waverz

    Waverz Expert Reefkeeper

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    Just was thinking about stocking options for my new 29 gallon.  I know there is a thread about who is selling which contains a few details about what people are bringing.  I for one would like to give the sellers and idea on what I am looking for.  If anyone is looking for anything in particular this might be a good thread to mention it.  You never know maybe you'll be able to find exactly what you are looking for.
    I am not too terribly picky on what I want fir my 29 gallon but I do want lots of color so I am thinking any colorful but not too terribly expensive, Acans, Blastos, Brains, Zoas and Palys.  I am going to be looking for a couple "higher end" pieces as well, so hopefully someone will be bringing some rarities.
    How about the rest of you?  What's everyone hoping to "score"?
     
  2. Greenonion

    Greenonion

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    This is a great thread topic waverz.
    well heres my wish list
    Candlelight acro
    Limenade acro
    sunset milli
    atl pink tulip acro
    crayola plana

    btw i haven't seen a thread for a list of what people will actually be bringing...
    i know there a thread for who is selling but not specifics on what there bringing...
    maybe another thread could be started for that??????

     
  3. snowman82

    snowman82 Experienced Reefkeeper

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    i want pretty stuff.....oh and cheap stuff.....so some pretty cheap stuff :) i'm a frag *****, i'll take it all
     
  4. waterfowler

    waterfowler

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    great idea looking for bright colors,
    red or blue ricordeas
    zoanthids
    bluespotted mushrooms
    hairy mushrooms
    bubble coral
    sun polyps
    green wall hammer coral
    brain
    easy stuff that doesn't require high level lighting.
     
  5. rvarner

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    Snowman, I'm with you on the frag ***** thing.
     
  6. adampottebaum

    adampottebaum Experienced Reefkeeper GIRS Member

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    Good idea Jeremy!
    The corals I'm looking for:
    Acans!
    Ricordeas
    Different colored Milliporas
    Blastos
    Elegance Coral
    Flaming Dendrophyllia
    Scolys
    Green Monti Digi
    Blue Tort
    Bright Chalices
    Pocillopora
    Favias
    Flower Pot Coral
    Chili Coral
    Gorgonians
    Sea Fans
    Tree Sponges
    Blue Palm Coral(link)
    Open Brains
    Clams?
    Also, anything that will look cool in a seahorse tank...
     
  7. adampottebaum

    adampottebaum Experienced Reefkeeper GIRS Member

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    Wow, lookin at my list I guess I can consider myself a frag ***** too, haha. BTW, has anyone ever heard of that Blue Palm Coral? I saw it on a promotion email from an online site recently...
     
  8. Greenonion

    Greenonion

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    adam the blue palm coral is actually a colonial tunicate, very hard to come by and hard to care for.... but a really cool species none-the-less....
     
  9. Bela

    Bela Inactive User

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    +1
     
  10. ninjazx777 Experienced Reefkeeper

    Des Moines, IA
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    chalices, bright colored zoas, chalices, bright colored sps, chalices, rare bright colored softies, and oh did I mention chalices.
    basically just bring everything [​IMG]
     
  11. ninjazx777 Experienced Reefkeeper

    Des Moines, IA
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    I guess I am a ***** too
    but I am running out of room in my 300 I see my 125 gal fish only being turned into a reef tank in the near future
     

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