Discussion in 'NPS Corals' started by Dingo, Aug 22, 2012.
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happy coral sure does get some nice stock in.
I love the pic please add more after down the road.
They are hardy if you fulfill their needs. Since they do not use photosynthesis for energy you will have to feed them.
They can be fragged, but only one at a time.
Are you located in PA? If all goes well, in about a year I will be offering this as captive grown to my local club- NCPARS
Awsome looks very nice
Amazing they look great.
wow that is so cool i wish i could find one of those!!!
i tried happy coral .com but i can't get any pictures to load on my comp for some reason
they're sight is pretty much a list!
-is this a user error on my end??
anyway that is amazing deffinatly something i've never seen
(it would go perfect in my dr seuss style 40g)
thanks for sharing.
That is really cool, I love the contrast and the winding staircase look. Very unique!
wow, never seen coral like that before! very unique
The guys at Unique Corals said they are very hardy... I found that odd statement for a non-photosynthetic lol
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