The awesome patterns of greens, pinks, and purple of this Zoa are quite interesting to observe. This would be a striking addition to any zoa garden.
Frags contain 6-8 polyps.
Awesome red and black markings make this Zoanthid an amazing addition to your home aquarium.
These frags will be mounted to a 3/4” plug and will contain 3 polyps
Micromussa lordhowensis is the new name for the recently reclassified Acanthastrea lordhowensis. They are a beautiful group of LPS corals that can literally come in any color of the rainbow. ...and sometimes all colors at once! They do well under a wide variety of lighting options and will grow quite rapidly if proper care is given.
These frags come from a mother colony that we've had for about 7 years. They hold their color exceptionally well under a variety of lighting spectra and intensity. Of course different light spectrum will show off slightly different colors. The central region will take on a much more orange tone under blues (first pic) but will appear almost red under a white spectrum(second pic).
Frags are usually mounted to a 3/4" frag plug.
These maze brain platygyra frags feature neon green valleys with reddish-brown ridges capped with white. They have been in aquaculture for over 4 years now and are quite hardy and well adapted to tank life. They love to eat small meaty foods and will send out long tentacles at night looking for their next meal.
These frags are roughly 2” in diameter and are well healed as seen in the images above.
This attractive coral features red flesh dotted with green polyp centers. This coral will thrive and maintain a deeper red coloration when placed in low to moderate light. Under higher lighting they tend to become pink. Frags shown are a great example of what you can expect when ordering this coral. They will be well healed and probably beginning to encrust onto the 3/4" frag plug.
This awesome coral has branches of blue and purple that will brighten up any spot in your tank. The bright iridescent colors are sure to attract the eye while the growth patterns will please the brain.
To maintain great coloration ensure this piece gets tons of light. It looks great under any light spectrum but will become more purple under 10k, while a bluer spectrum will slowly turn the coral a deeper blue. Currently this piece is under a roughly 14k spectrum.
The first picture is part of the mother colony while the second is an example of the frag you will get. Frag size is approx 1"
We received the original Favites parent several years ago as a small wild frag. After many years of care the parent has grown and been split into several mother colonies. The pieces put up for sale have been in aquaculture for at least 3-4 generations and are perfectly acclimated to tank life.
Frags are mounded to 3/4” plugs and are roughly 3/4-1” in size.
Keep this piece in low to moderate lighting as it will whiten under bright lights.
This amazing coral features deep blue/purple branches that will pick up very slight green highlights on older branches! This bright Acropora makes a bold statement and is a must have for any SPS tank! Unfortunately, growth is rather slow and we don’t always have this available.
This WYSIWYG frag is a little less than 1"
This is a very cool little Acropora millepora. We picked up the parent from Golden Basket a while ago. The branches are a burnished gold color that add a different splash of color to the tank. The polyp extension is insane even for a Millepora with long green tinted polyps giving branches a shag carpet look. 70's retro anyone?
These are roughly 1” frags and are mounted to a 3/4" frag plug.
This is an awesome, if somewhat temperamental Acropora. It loves both light and high flow in addition to being left alone! I absolutely love the rainbow of colors present on the branches. Looking closely you can see yellows and greens on older branches, red/maroon corallites, and purple/blue growth tips!
We have had the mother colony for about 3 years and have several smaller colonies across multiple tanks. It is probably the favorite of our collection.