New Release Special Pricing: LC Cotton Candy Massacre Micromussa Amakusensis! All New Unique and Rare WYSIWYG Coral Update!

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Love Micromussas but are tired of the usual all-red or green coloration? Maybe you're a collector of the variety but have a hard time finding anything different. Well, we have an all-new Legendary Corals release, showing off a very uniquely colored Micromussa Amakusensis!

Full retail pricing of this coral will start at $99 for a small frag, but the New Release Special Price of $59 will be available from Monday, October 24th - Sunday, October 30th. Frags will be ready to ship on Monday, October 31st. The full price will resume after the end date.

This beautiful and unusual Micromussa will stand out in any coral collection with its rare pink and blue pattern with black banded markings along the outer rim of each polyp. Like most Micromussa species, it is a slow-grower. It takes a few years before a substantial size can be appreciated. Miscromussa Amakusensis polyps are small compared to their Lordhowensis counterparts, making them a great candidate for nano reefs or if space is limited.

LC Cotton Candy Massacre Micromussa Amakusensis has a rare pink and blue pattern with black banded markings along the outer rim of each polyp. Most Amakusensis species come in colorations of red, so to find one with pink and blue boosts this piece into one of our top LPS corals. This piece reminds us of the rare CJ's Pink Eye Micromussa, but without the old-school lineage.

For more information on Micromussa Amakusensis, a link from Reef Builders has been provided. This article gives details about their natural habitat along with some scientific information: https://reefbuilders.com/2020/04/20/micromussa-amakusensis-the-original-small-polyp-micromussa/

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We also have an all-new WYSIWYG Update, ranging from all different sorts of coral types. If you're looking for something different and rare, this is the update for you.

Here are just a few of our favorites, with so much more to see on our Website. Click any of the photos to be taken to their respective links!

Ever seen a Scolymia like THIS? Yes, those are gold flakes glittering all around the body. This is definitely one of our top Scolymia we've seen in such a long time. Master scolys are great and all, but for the rare collectors it'll be hard to find something along the lines of this.
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Aquacultured for many years, our LC Master Rhodactus is one of the brightest pieces we have in our collection. It's always an eye-catcher when people see this piece in person.
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Even after years from its initial release, Tequila Sunrise Rhodactus is still sought after by mushroom coral lovers. They just don't grow fast enough to meet the demand
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Maui Wauis is another incredibly sought-after Rhoactus mushroom, and photos can never do this piece justice since the colors on this mushroom are very fluorescent. It's one of those pieces that you just need to see in person, and especially under blue LEDs. This strain of mushroom coral grows even SLOWER than the Tequila Sunrise, making stock of this piece even more limited. Here's a nicely sized one, sitting on a 1.5" disk.
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By far the coolest branching Euphyllia we've ever owned, it's like a cross between a Torch and a Hammer coral. With each of the tips being incredibly bubbly, the colors are also very unique. The tips are a sky blue purple with the center being an oddball shade of gold. We've spoken to many reefers asking what they think it is, with the best guess being a Cristata. However, we have this piece sitting alongside branching hammers with no stinging. Whatever this species is, it's absolutely beautiful and belongs in any serious collection.
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Originating from an LFS called Cuttlefish and Corals in Portland, Oregon, their CNC Mellow Yellow Bounce is one of the bubbliest Bounce Mushrooms we've ever seen. The body structure is different from your typical WWC Bounce etc, being a bit more smooth. The owner, Jeff, mentioned that this is a strain that has been cultivated for 5+ years. That's over half a decade! Its hardiness and resilience are the by-products of years of aquaculture, making this Bounce a very friendly piece for new Mushroom Coral Collectors.
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A plate coral that is fraggable?! This Rainbow Flamed Multicolor Diasersis Plate coral is such a unique coral to own and will make any reefer who loves long tentacles.
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With all of the different Gold Torch names coming out now, it's hard to keep up with them. But if I had to give this piece a name, it'd be "The Golden Noodle" since the tentacles are so darn long and noodle-like! The gold on this torch is a true metallic gold, with a large amount of green in the center. We only received two heads of this piece, one piece having sold at RAP CA. This last piece is currently on sale as well, perfect for whoever is looking for a standout gold torch.
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Bouncing Discosoma species are far rarer than their Rhodactus counterparts. LC Poseidon Bounce Mushrooms are a unique addition for your Mushroom Coral collection.
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From our friends over at Unlimited Coral Colors, UCC Rainbow Dreams Bernardpora (aka Micro-Goniopora) has bright yellow tips surrounding a rosy center. The outer growth of this Bernardpora starts off green, giving the owner of this coral a show of different colors as it grows.
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We can't lie, Ricordeas are one of our true loves when it comes to corals. This Ricordea is definitely up there when it comes to my collection, with its large bubbly nodules and deep maroon red base. You don't run into red-based Ricordeas very often, and this Ricordea is also a big boy.
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But the rarest of all Ricordea colors is yellow. Not pastel orange, etc. But TRUE yellow. And luckily for the Ricordea lover, there is one piece available. She's a big girl, covering her entire 1.5" frag disk (we promise it's under her skirt!).
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There are lots of Bernardpora strains coming into the hobby, but our LC Rainbow Boom is still one of the best.
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Aquacultured for over half a decade, our LC Metallic Red Goniopora continues to be our #1 selling Goniopora. It's no surprise, just look at how long those polyps are! They're also almost bullet proof, and are the perfect first Goniopora.
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So many different hues of colors complimenting this Goniopora. This LC Goldilocks Goniopora is one of the standout pieces from the batch of Gonioporas I received earlier this year. It is doing incredibly well and thriving in captivity!
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The sought-after RC Wolverines Zoanthids. This piece caused a frenzy in the Zoanthid community when it first came out. They were notoriously difficult to care for when first released, but years of aquaculture have made them more resilient. Snatch this frag up or risk not seeing them again!
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Arguably one of our most popular Zoanthid releases, LC Exosphere Zoanthids remains one of the top high-end Zoanthids reefers want in their collection. And it's no wonder, the green colors just pop against that black body.
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A new Candy Apple Orange with an intensely solid orange ring, LC Apollos are sure to light up any Zoanthid collector's reef.
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A great alternative to Hallucinations and Grand Master Krakatoas, Predator Zoanthids give almost the same exact high-end look at a much more affordable price.
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A Zoanthid morph that's been in the hobby since I started, but has become a rarity over the years. Eye of Saurons Zoanthids is sought after for their unique coloration but doesn't grow nearly as fast as some other Zoanthid morphs. Their slower growth has caused them to dwindle down in stock, and you'll only see these pop up here and there if you're lucky.
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Silver is an oddball color to find on any coral, and what better coral to have that color than a Zoanthid? LC Hawkmoons each have a signature silver ring coloration inside of their polyps and can get pretty large in size!
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One of the coolest corals you can own in a reef tank, Space Invader Pectenia has solidified itself as one of the must-have corals to own. Its growth pattern is unlike any other species and the bright colors can be seen from across the room. Look up close and you'll see small specks of glitter covering the entire coral, making look like its sparkling.
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What an absolute gem of a coral. LC Overdrive Chalice belongs to the family of rare "Convict Chalices," known for their unique pinstripe pattern found throughout the body. Our LC Overdrive Chalice has a rare orange pinstripe coloration with a yellow/golden body as the base. Sky blue splashes are found on more developed and older parts of the chalice. This is a unique and rare find that coral collectors will be sure to enjoy.
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What makes a red-rimmed chalice even cooler? A sparkly red-rimmed chalice.
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Grafted Corals will always be a hot phenomenon in this hobby. This Fascination Favites has a huge slice of green grafting, which will make it an absolute stunner once grown out!
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A nice happy polyp of our ever popular LC Rainbow Circus Micromussa Lordhowensis!
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Possibly one of the top 3 Blastomussas that we've owned of all time, LC Mount Doom is a huge burst of colors when it comes to Wellsi.
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One of the last few polyps we have of our LC Rainbow Rim Blastomussa. This is a big mommy piece, sitting pretty on a 1.5" large disk.
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We just love pastel colors on corals as it's a rare shade to find. Our LC Aquaman Blastomussa Wellsi has both a pastel orange and mint color scheme! Definitely a very unique
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One big fat polyp of a silver-blue ringed Blastomussa Wellsi! Such a beautiful color combination on this piece. The polyp is so big, it covers the entire 3/4" frag plug!
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that micro looks just like cj's pink eye micromussa

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Thanks @ChiCity, we thought so too but we received it as a wild colony with no lineage. We feel it's a disservice to give it the same name as an old-school piece, which would imply it's years old in the hobby. CJ's Pink Eye Micromussa has been in the hobby for such a long time and is still hard to track down. I wouldn't want to call it the same as CJ's piece in case someone is looking for that exact lineage.
 
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Ayo D ur sites been down for a few days nothing works been meaning to let ya kno
Thanks for letting me know, I had no idea! It's working on Google Chrome for me, what internet browser are you using?
 

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ok so I logged into my account and I can now add stuff but to be honest I'd rather not look into my account history everytime I purchase.....but I guess this is new have to be on ur account?
 

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Thanks @ChiCity, we thought so too but we received it as a wild colony with no lineage. We feel it's a disservice to give it the same name as an old-school piece, which would imply it's years old in the hobby. CJ's Pink Eye Micromussa has been in the hobby for such a long time and is still hard to track down. I wouldn't want to call it the same as CJ's piece in case someone is looking for that exact lineage.


fair enough…
lovely micro though for sure!
 

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