Anyone Looking for Ultra Scoly/Donut Corals!?

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Give me a call or a PM if you see one you like! We have 18 in stock right now, ALL super coloration! Please check out our website too, for more goodies: www.aquasd.com

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Thanks for your posts :) Yea, they are imported as Cynaira, but majority of the people in the US calls them Scolymias. Donut corals are the best way to name these types of corals. Thanks for looking!

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Are they larger then Scoli's? I don't have a donut coral, and the only scoly's I have seen in person have been rather small.
 
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sorry guys! Photos reposted, thanks for your patience :)
 

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These are Cynarina deshayesiana, and are referred to as Meat Corals. The term Doughnut Coral is usually used when referencing types of Scolymia Sp.

Not trying to be a know it all, just a little clarification. BTW, i've seen these things in person and they are all spectacular! Good stuff Will! You know i'll be back for more. :D
 

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Light quality you'd expect from T5 or Metal Halide
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