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The reason why I got 3 of these guys during the latest Caribbean shipment from Reborn.

To make them more available if possible. :)

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shouldnt be a problem lah hahahhaah ;) they're easy to hatch and rear as long as got food supply. they are slightly photosynthetic too, so even better.

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The reason why I got 3 of these guys during the latest Caribbean shipment from Reborn.

To make them more available if possible. :)

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WHEE!

Nice Fuel! :D Keep it up! :)

Happy Reefing,

Marc J.

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what good bout them can share

Fierce Algae Eaters! hahaha

I heard that they can finish up bryopsis (:

Happy Reefing,

Marc J.

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Way to go, Fuel.

Always amazed at how "critters" starts to breed whenever they get into your hands. :bow:

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Way to go, Fuel.

Always amazed at how "critters" starts to breed whenever they get into your hands. :bow:

I know .. He has tanks with high fertility. haha.. Happy new year, guys... :upsidedown:

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Second egg mass spotted today. This species seems to be Elysia clarki, an easier species to propagate compared to Elysia crispata.

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E. crispata has the nice and rare blue form. will be so cool if we get to see 1

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ohhh so this is how they look like... nice.

pls breed them well, alot of us will definitely benefit from these. nice critters that are at least sustainable if you have a bryopsis or algae infestation in your tank.

maybe its time for me to sell my abalone.. hehe

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Second egg mass spotted today. This species seems to be Elysia clarki, an easier species to propagate compared to Elysia crispata.

HIPPEE! :D

HUAT HUAT Reefing,

Marc J.

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:upsidedown:FANTASTICO mate !!! How's ya 'Bubbles' doing ??? :eyebrow:

The reason why I got 3 of these guys during the latest Caribbean shipment from Reborn.

To make them more available if possible. :)

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Congrats! Breeder's journal please... ;)

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hatching ???

Did'nt have time to work with them yet. However I noticed that these guys will not eat hair algae. They only go for bryopsis.

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Did'nt have time to work with them yet. However I noticed that these guys will not eat hair algae. They only go for bryopsis.

The baby need to take care meh... Saw some threads oversea, it seem like they just let it hatch?

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Did'nt have time to work with them yet. However I noticed that these guys will not eat hair algae. They only go for bryopsis.

hw abt baby bryopsis lolx.. cant id my hair algae anyway...

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Notice about 20 or so 3-4mm little ones. Will take a photo when they are bigger to focus on.

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Wah so long thread can dig up. Iwarna will have some soon next week.

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