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My new Yuma. It's pinkish orange!

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I love this new Yuma. It is by far the most vivid thing in my tank. The color is unbelievably pretty. (cheer)

 

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Very nice!

 

I have been thinking about getting a couple real high end ones myself-but then I read how they are tough to frag so I am uncertain-its all abot the frags-(plotting)

 

 

Where did you get it?

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Well, married...but not related. There are those that are both around here too (sick)

 

When it comes to Todd...(queen)(shy)

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I got it from my husbands tank(clap) I stole it while he was napping (hidesbehindsofa)

 

Very nice!

 

I have been thinking about getting a couple real high end ones myself-but then I read how they are tough to frag so I am uncertain-its all abot the frags-(plotting)

 

 

Where did you get it?

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When you feel ready we can frag it for you, and trade for our pink yuma :)

you can see it this weekend ;)

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Well, since it's now been in two different tanks after being shipped from LA. I think we better leave the poor thing alone for a little while. I'll have to get some yuma fragging lessons from you this weekend. I would also have to do the cutting when she's not home. She might kick me out for that lol.

 

I think she's just trying to find excuses to use those little smiley faces.

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Mick, anything that strikes their eye seems to end up in their tank. There is no way to hide anything in this hobby. Just be prepared for it. lol

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I have been thinking about getting a couple real high end ones myself-but then I read how they are tough to frag so I am uncertain-its all abot the frags-

 

Nah, they're easy to frag. I chopped the one I gave to Queen Angel (for Mr. S) and it was a breeze. Just slice it right down the middle with a razor. They do have a tendency to pop of the rock/plug afterward, so you have to watch them. Other than that, IME, they have been pretty bulletproof.

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Nah' date=' they're easy to frag. I chopped the one I gave to Queen Angel (for Mr. S) and it was a breeze. Just slice it right down the middle with a razor. They do have a tendency to pop of the rock/plug afterward, so you have to watch them. Other than that, IME, they have been pretty bulletproof.[/quote']

 

Depends on the tanks. There are setups known to not doing well with Yumas.

I think mostly is Mg, but it is just my opinion.

Then depends how strong is the coral itself: straight from the ocean polyps seems to die pretty easy. This is true for most of the corals, even more for Ricordea Yuma.

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Mick, I just took over all the saltwater tanks in the house. He just gets to buy what I ok for them now.(laugh) And I love that yuma. Wonderful color.

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