Seems like R2R might have updated their image compression. These images don't look as sharp as they used to. Unless WWC is optimizing heavily... But I noticed it on the last few live sales from other vendors over the last few weekends.
This one is very popular thanks to it's beautiful colors. This coral prefers medium light and medium alternating flow. It is easy to care for, but we do recommend a more mature tank, at least 8+ months old. You will find this coral in the Zoanthids category.
This grafted Digitata is a green and red dream. It likes medium light and medium to low flow. It is easy to care for, but we do recommend a more mature tank, at least 8+ months old. Great for an intermediate level. You will find this in the SPS category.
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This coral is the perfect beginner coral, it's hardy and capable of adapting to the fluctuations of your new tank. However, as easy as this coral is, it is extremely important to acclimate this coral correctly for it to do well in your tank. Keep it in Medium to low light and medium to low flow and you will see it's beautiful pulsing motion. This coral ships with a small amount of carbon, so don't be alarmed by the black particles in the bag. This coral falls under the Soft Coral category.