Big 200+ WYSIWYG Update! *Picture Heavy Post* Rare St Thomas Mushrooms, Collector Zoanthids, and More!

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Hello Reef2Reef,

We've been busy fragging away and have so much variety to offer in our latest WYSIWYG coral update for you! We're over the moon with some of the corals, such as these unique St Thomas Mushrooms, Zoanthids, and pieces that are finally available after months of growing. We've provided some photos of colonies of the WYSIWYG Frags to give an example of what they look like once grown out.

Click this link to view everything here: https://www.legendary-corals.com/wysiwyg-corals

Most St Thomas Mushrooms have spiked nodules, but this one has perfect round ones, resembling the sought-after "Bounce" mushrooms. The colors on this St Thomas are spectacular as well. The nodules have white tips and are a unique shade of orange. The body is sky blue, giving a beautiful contrast. This piece in particular spans over 2" across, making it a showpiece in any mushroom collection!
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Here's a quick cell phone video we posted on our Instagram story yesterday:

Here's a stunning True Red St Thomas Mushroom Coral, which has much longer and bubblier nodules than your average St. Thomas Mushroom! It's sitting on a larger 1-1/2" disk. We have two of these beautiful mushrooms available!
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RR USA Space Invader Mycedium Chalice is named after the infamous Pectenia coeal with an indentical color pattern. It's very easy to care for and will add a pop of color whereer it's placed.
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A beautiful strain of Candy Apple Zoanthids. The colors are very intense!
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Some Gonioporas that we've been aquaculturing for many years. They're very hardy and do well in vast variety of different environments.
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Maui Waui Rhodactus Mushrooms are available once again! These are one of the brightest corals we have in our tanks.
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You don't see this every day, a Red Photosynthetic Chalice Sponge Coral! This sponge is very easy to care for and is photosynthetic. It will grow into a cup-like shape, similar to a Montipora Cap.

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Jose Casas Pink Stylocoeniella looks like a hybrid between a Goniopora and a Montipora. The soft pink polyps extend longer than a Montipora, swaying back in forth in the waves of your reef tank.
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CB King Jawbreaker Hornets are a welcome addition to any Zoanthid collection, especially for those who love to collect all of the different "Hornet" morphs.
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One of our favorite Zoanthids, LC Antimatters Zoanthids have beautiful rainbow lashes once settled down. It takes some time for the rainbow coloration to come in from a frag, but it's so worth it!
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LC Exospheres Zoanthids are finally available once again. This is our only frag.
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A beautiful assortment of Blastomussas to choose from!
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WWC Pink Tasers Zoanthids get HUGE polyps compared to other Zoanthids morphs! The random pink speckling on their dark body makes a beautiful contrast.
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LC White Zombies Zoanthids are finally back in stock! This morph of "Agaves" tends to keep smaller polyps than other Agave morphs. They always develop a white-blue center and ring around each mature polyp.

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Beautiful Chiquita Zoanthids! A lovely contrast of true yellow with pink/purple skirts.
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And frags of a new Zoanthid we received as a hitchhiker! They've colored up so much since we first received them.
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Thanks for checking out our thread, and as always we look forward to shipping you another beautiful piece of coral to your reef.

Sincerely,
Darwin
 

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