arwndsh

Whats for dinner?

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Here are some of mine:

 

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And a FTS so you can see 7 of the 9 in this tank

 

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Yay, plate coral picher thread!! :happydance:

 

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Dead Plate babies

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Plate plates plates

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Baby plate on stem

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Favorite and first plate ever

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Nice this thread may make me go get a plate Coral

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Nice this thread may make me go get a plate Coral

 

You should, but I have to warn you they can be rather addicting.

 

More pics of mine well because I can. :P

 

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Some of the hubby's

 

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Here are some of mine:

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And a FTS so you can see 7 of the 9 in this tank

 

 

What is that you are feeding on the third image? Pelets?

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What is that you are feeding on the third image? Pelets?

 

 

yes, she is. they're very convenient - just drop them in and they sink onto the plate

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Please tell me this plate is not glued to a frag plug. :huh::o They need to be on a sandy surface. If you can get it off without damaging it that would probably be a good idea.

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Sorry couldn't resist....dinner this past Saturday

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Please tell me this plate is not glued to a frag plug. :huh::o They need to be on a sandy surface. If you can get it off without damaging it that would probably be a good idea.

 

Poor plate. I wonder if the seller glued it to the frag plug.

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How big do plate corals generally get?

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How big do plate corals generally get?

 

I've seen some that are around 8" across. Most in the hobby are around 3-4" across.

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I've seen some that are around 8" across. Most in the hobby are around 3-4" across.

I thought they get bigger than that :huh:

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Sorry couldn't resist....dinner this past Saturday

 

:lol: nice.

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This thread made me decide to purchase a plate. Thanks. Now Im more in the hole than ever before.

I had to rearrange some other corals to find a spot. I think its the best picture Ive ever taken of my corals.

 

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Thanks, but I had a tough choice to make between this one a white and purple, a bright orange, a green long tentacle and an all purple one (which I would have picked except it was fully inflated for some reason).

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I thought they get bigger than that :huh:

 

probably do...in the wild.

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Mine... I :wub: him!!!

 

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nom nom nom...

 

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