Photo's of our CORALS

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Hi all reefers

80% of the requests we receive via the forum are for PHOTO'S of the corals we have in stock. Seeing that every reefer love to see photo's of coral's we decided to post photos on this thread + constantly add new photo's.

Because we carry 400+ CORALD in stock at all times you should prepare yourself for 100's of photo's

PS. all these photo's are small to ensure faster download time and are of currant stock - meaning it was in stock the moment we uploaded the photo's.

This is a Acanthastrea sp. that is bigger than my hand, with some close ups for colour ID
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This is close-up with and without flash.
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idea of price on something like this? and a rough size estimation?
 
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idea of price on something like this? and a rough size estimation?
Hi Leslie

We do not like to sell directly on the forum send me an email and i will forward price.

Size = fully open spread hand:thumbup:

Looking forward to your email
 
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Another coral - 2

This is an Mussa / Mussismilia / Favia sp.?
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It is pens housing on the right for size.
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Enlarge with flash
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Without flash
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Hi Leslie

We do not like to sell directly on the forum send me an email and i will forward price.

Size = fully open spread hand:thumbup:

Looking forward to your email
mmm did my email get lost in the interwebs then? Been like 24hours now... :whistling:
 
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Photo 3

This see-through Symphyllia sp? is as big as a womans fist. These photos do not do it justice, as it look more pink than in these photos.

These photo's was taken under normal room lighting. Under reef lighting it look like the second photo
T8 room lighting
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Reef lighting
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and a closeup under room lighting
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Euphyllia SP.

This is one of my personal favorite:slayer: coral genus.

This is my own tank's Euphyllia (the bubbles is due to the surge devise)
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An close up
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Some babies attached to the mother colony
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Some babies that already separated.
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Without the "scribble"
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Stock

And these are photo's of some of the Euphyllia's we have in stock.

Most sold out but s you will See there are still something for every hobbyists taste.

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3 are close to big enough to remove - the rest are still to small. But counted 83 still in retail tank. More will be hidden behind corals AND ON THE PIECES THAT WAS IN THE TANK.
 

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