How to use the Identification forum

Discussion in 'Identification' started by Ian, Jun 4, 2009.

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    Ian Administrator

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    To help identify something in your tank, start a new thread in this forum with a basic description in the title this will help other people when doing searches in the forum.

    Then, provide as much information as you can about the creature/coral and most importantly try to post a photo so we can help identify it. :)
     
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    algy1943

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    how do I get photo into quote?
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    The easiest way is to click on "Go Advanced" below the reply box, click on the paperclip icon, and attach a picture file directly from your computer. Or you can upload it to a free site like Photobucket.com, then copy and paste the IMG code into your post.
     
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    Ok, lets get to the point here.

    If you dont have a pic. You MUST describe in GREAT detail it is you have in question. EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!You can't be TOO specific.


    If you are posting a pic take 10 min and edit the photo via paint, or whatever u have, circle what your talking about and BOOM. Best results....jus sayin
     
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