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  • Why are yellow corals always green in pics?

    Here's my Dave Botwin (o2manyfish) yellow "tort"



    The color is maybe just a tad brighter than in real life, but it's very close.

    This is most likely not a tort, but I don't think it's an austera, either.

    Tom
    Tom Berry
    Almost a ZEOhead
    Last edited by Tom Berry; 04-13-2005, 10:11 AM.
    Current Tank: 75g sps restarted with ZEOvit August 2004, Aqua Connect 14K 250W SE MH x 2, SLS HQI ballasts, 54W blueplus T5s x 2, H&S A150 external (recirculating) skimmer, Tunze Stream 6060, 6000 with single controller, Geo Ca reactor, in-sump ZEOvit reactor from Madison, Aquacontroller

  • #2
    Well Tom, if you are not happy with the color, send it my way

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    • #3
      I'm right behind Alastair on this one--Tom, yours is one of the few that I've seen p-e Thnx. for the view, Bob
      "There might be something to this ZEOvit"

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      • #4
        Yea Tom very nice indeed.. I think I could work that into my tank hehehehe.....

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        • #5
          Originally posted by gqjeff
          Yea Tom very nice indeed.. I think I could work that into my tank hehehehe.....

          Dont trust him, he will take it to hold for you then not give it back like he did me .


          Great looking coral for sure, remember to save me a piece of that bro.

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