Favias, Favias, Favias... Underrated Beauties

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  1. chef choy

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    im with you, those are gorgeous!
     

  2. leahfiish

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    Does anyone keep their favias on the sand bed?
     
  3. KatieFloy

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    Sorry. I meant what was the FIRST picture in the original thread.
     
  4. Legendary Corals

    Legendary Corals Vendor Extraordinair R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor Showcase Editor

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    That's the Tyree Starburst, a hard to find old school piece.
     
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    It is soooo pretty. Is it hard to keep? Seems if it has been around awhile there would be more to spread around.
     
  6. Efranco

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    recently picked up this piece. Anyone by chance know the name?...not familiar with Favias at all...

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    Here are a few of mine.

    Sexy Corals Angel Eyes
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    Fruit N' Fused from Diamonds in the Reef
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    I love all these photos
     
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    Favias

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  10. Sabellafella

    Sabellafella Valuable Member R2R Supporter Reef Squad Leader R2R Excellence Award Reef Tank 365 Build Thread Contributor

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    Insane, how's your guys lighting on this fella? Mine got very large, except the orange around the eyes isn't so vibrant. Trying to figure out if it needs to be lowered or raised
     
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    These are the three I just picked up from wwc live sale. Have not have favia in this system yet. Hope they grow well. Any help comments on lighting them with led. I have reefbreeders that peak at 100 blue 30 white for three hours. And a few Vortech mp40 two at top of tank and one about 8 inches from the bottom opposite side of tank
     
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    I believe I got my day-glo frag from you Darwin, 8months to a year ago probably. My frag was originally all pink, but I noticed recently it has developed numerous blue areas as well. I'll have to grab a picture tonight.
     
  14. Jrodrigo100

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    They do well I'm led , I have t5 with led , have it on the sand , this is my raptor hard to kill

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    It seems to keep the yellow/orange around the eyes in really low light. We struggle with the colors on that piece as well.
     
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    That's amazing! Yellow Submarine?
     
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    Looking forward to the pictures. It's a beautiful piece once you get some nice blues in it.
     
  18. Weevo

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    Full tilt I believe
     
  19. Sabellafella

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    Full tilt but yanno same coral lol
     
  20. Sabellafella

    Sabellafella Valuable Member R2R Supporter Reef Squad Leader R2R Excellence Award Reef Tank 365 Build Thread Contributor

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    Thank you
     
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