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Discussion in 'DBTC - Zoas' started by screebo, Nov 6, 2009.
Glad they are happy. That makes at least three of us that are all happy!
Nice! I'd like a piece if still available please.
No problem, Rommel. Feb swap or pick up at my place in San Carlos. You choose. I'm usually home by 3 pm. Still have Tom's let from the BOD meeting and one extra.
Thanks John, I can pick up at the Feb swap. See you there!
Still have them? Would love a frag.
You betcha, New Hobby. Either at the Feb sway or stop by before. Just let me know.
I'll get it in the swap.
See you then!
Nice meeting you yesterday John and thank you again for the frags!
I have a second generation frag ready for any one that would like to have it. It is small but it is growing very good and healthy. It was frag about a month ago and doing great.
The frag i got hasnt looked so good since it opened up (maybe a week after the swap) params all check out. Has not decreased in looks but has not improved either. the pink is very pale with some brown areas around it. any idea what may be wrong? Everything else in tank is fine and thriving.
ALK 8.6 DKH
hi john, just want to give you an update. this zoa has done very well in my tank. your original frag was glued down on a large rock and it has completely encrusted my rock work. now the hard part will be getting a frag to put back in to the program. will update this thread when i have frags ready. thanks again for the zoa!
who wants this frag come on guys
I wouldn't mind putting it in my tank. Where are you located?
I am in Fremont
Wish I knew you had this... you frags rock Gus
Frag goes to you. It is a small 2 head frag.
PM me to schedule pick up.
Gus - It was very nice meeting you today. Thanks a lot for the frags. I appreciate your generosity and plan on returning frags to the DBTC program once my corals grow out a bit more.
It was also interesting seeing someone else's tank that is approximately the same age as mine. You have a nice collection of frags in your tank. Thanks again.
I'm glad to see these getting around. Nice colorful zoas, indeed.