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Nicholas41



Join date : 2011-06-02
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PostSubject: Making Morphed palys   Sun Oct 14, 2012 5:15 pm

So I got some inspiration the other day from Epic Reef, in a tank with tons of zoas he had some that caught my attention. They were nuke green and purple death palys that had morphed together to where they were green with purple streaks and amazing mixes. So I recently traded my T5 fixture for some zoas (both of these were included) so today I took the leap.

Both colonies



Fragged polyps




Here is the new frag


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Sam_G
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Join date : 2011-01-15
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PostSubject: Re: Making Morphed palys   Sun Oct 14, 2012 11:16 pm

Hope they start to look better than they do in that last pic! jk Wink

I read about this in one of the reefkeeping magazines. Super cool! Hope it works for you! fingers-crossed Keep us updated!!!

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loganjonathan



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PostSubject: Re: Making Morphed palys   Wed Dec 19, 2012 11:50 am

i wonder if you can do that to all polyps and zoos that would be cool if you could image the different kinds of combinations
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