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    This australian microclados colony stood out immediately in between the endless rows of corals at the wholesale, back in 2019. The vibrance and color combination was outstanding. A mint green base, bright pink corallite tips and long, waving white polyps make this coral a collectors item. Besides that, it is one of the hardiest and fastest growing mother colonies in our facilities! Score your fragment now if you're looking for a Strawberry Shortcake with a minty twist! Cut To Order fragment (CTO) CTO frags are typically 3-4 cm 1-2 weeks of healing time before shipping 100% Aquacultured Origin: Australia Aquacultured since 2019
  • This beautiful Tenuis was sourced from a grower in Italy in 2019. The big polyps, teal body, and vibrant royal blue tips make this coral really stand out in any reef aquarium. This top-down photo really represents the actual color. For any tenuis lover, this is a great piece to add to your collection. Cut To Order fragment (CTO) CTO frags are typically 3-4 cm 1-2 weeks of healing time before shipping 100% Aquacultured Origin: Australia Aquacultured since 2019
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    strawberry shortcake acropora strawberry shortcake acropora
    THE CLASSIC Strawberry shortcake! Hot pink tips and corallites with a bright golden base. The long waving white polyps are the finishing touch. This coral was given as a fragment by a good friend and has been doing great ever since. Given the right conditions, it develops bright pink tips and corallites with a glowing golden base. This top-down photo really represents the actual color. A great coral for any real Acro-lover! Cut To Order fragment (CTO) CTO frags are typically 3-4 cm 1-2 weeks of healing time before shipping 100% Aquacultured Origin: Australia Aquacultured since 2018
  • Asking people for their favorite Acropora, many will say "tenuis"! Can't blame them; bright, diverse colors and a beautiful corallite structure makes it one of the most sought after Acropora species. This bright green tenuis with baby-blue tips is one of them. Given the right conditions, this green tenuis develops beautiful baby-blue tips. No need for any super blue LED's or filter tricks to show these colors! This top-down photo really represents the actual color. For all the tenuis lovers! Cut To Order fragment (CTO) CTO frags are typically 3-4 cm 1-2 weeks of healing time before shipping 100% Aquacultured Origin: Australia Aquacultured since 2019
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    This mysterious coral was given to us by a hobbyist who identified it as a browned out tri-color Acropora. It turned out completely different! Given the right conditions, it turns red-pink, with hints of green in the base and purple tips. The bright golden polyps fluorescence in any given light. A real show stopper! This mysterious coral is not the fastest grower, but the colors really make up for it. This top-down photo really represents the actual color. A piece for the real collector looking for something special! Cut To Order fragment (CTO) CTO frags are typically ~2 cm 1-2 weeks of healing time before shipping 100% Aquacultured Origin: Unknown, probably Indonesia Aquacultured since 2018
  • The classic Pink Acropora millepora. Given the right conditions, it turns hot pink, completed with white growth tips and long whitish-green polyps. Once it takes off it's a fast grower, forming a table like colony.  This top-down photo really represents the actual color. One of the brightest pink you'll find in an Acropora! Cut To Order fragment (CTO) CTO frags are typically 2-3 cm 1-2 weeks healing time before shipping 100% Aquacultured Origin: Indonesia Aquacultured since 2018
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    The famous red Staghorn Acropora. Given the right conditions, it really turns pinkish-red, completed with Grey-Blue growth tips and long green polyps. Not a difficult coral to keep, but not easy to color up. These photos really represent the actual colors, one top-down, and one through the front glass. A must-have for every collector. Cut To Order fragment (CTO) CTO frags are typically 3-4 cm 1-2 weeks healing time before shipping 100% Aquacultured Origin: Indonesia Aquacultured since 2015
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