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Local Bimacs

reefan

Blue Ring
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Dec 20, 2002
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I was at That Fish Place yesterday and saw they had 2 Bimacs, they are under the name "common octopus." I am not an expert of ID'ing octo's but I am almost 100% they are Bimacs. I was just letting everyone know because I know some people wait for them to get Bimacs in. Both their mantles had a length of about 2" and a total length of about 9" To bad I dont have a tank setup for octos yet, but at least I bought a rock with 3 rics, a big shroom rock, and some yellow polyps.
JJ
 

Colin

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Nov 14, 2002
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hey, thanks for letting us know :smile: (not much i can do about it though *sobs*) LOLOL

Anyway, how did your new animals do? I had rics for 2 yrs and they were pretty big.. then i gave them to a guy with a HUGE tank... they have spread really well and some of the larger ones are about 10" across! No joke! they really are huge! I think they are my fav :smile:
 

Nancy

Titanites
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OK, I let this pass in the first message, but now I'm really curious. What's a ric?

Thanks,

Nancy
 

cthulhu77

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"red independent cephalopod" ?
"roaming innocuous cucumber"?
no, no... it must be this:
"rabid idealogical cryptozoologist"

could it be anything else? :jester:
 

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