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Here is a time lapse animation of the first 15 minutes after lights on.



Be patient, it's about a meg in size.
 

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Cool! Thanks for sharing Greg!!:)
 

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I've been thinking about fragging him for over a year now. He's actually three seperate pieces that split off of one over the years. I will probably never do it though, it's too big a risk. He's grown from about a 6" diameter skeleton to 8 or 10" in diameter. I guess I'll just let him grow until he won't fit in the tank anymore. :cool:
 

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That is sooo WAYYYYY COOOL!!!!! Please go into the photography forum and tell us how you did that!!!!
 

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Very sweet looking!
 

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Please go into the photography forum and tell us how you did that!!!!
Well, it's not really a photography thing, it's more of a computer geek thing.... It's just an animated gif file. Nothing special really.
 

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Wow that is great. I have never seen and open brain that big before. I have also never seen one that has three colonies on it. I think most people try to frag thiers after it splits into definate pairs. What are the risks involved in fraging that? Aren't the skeletons just calcium, or are there tissue's reaching down into them? Just curious as that will probably be my only LPS in my new tank.

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