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Millepora are definitely my favorite species of acropora. I love their growth patterns, how hairy they are, along with amazing coloration. I was searching R2R for a thread with some good Millepora pictures, but I didn't find one. I thought I'd start a thread for people to show off their fuzzy eye candy and maybe I can get some good ideas on which Mille I'd like to add to my tank next. I'll start with a picture of my ASD rainbow.
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Millepora are definitely my favorite species of acropora. I love their growth patterns, how hairy they are, along with amazing coloration. I was searching R2R for a thread with some good Millepora pictures, but I didn't find one. I thought I'd start a thread for people to show off their fuzzy eye candy and maybe I can get some good ideas on which Mille I'd like to add to my tank next. I'll start with a picture of my ASD rainbow.
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Wow. That’s a great looking colony.
 
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My milli is currently a recovering frag unfortunately. I can try get a good photo of it then I’ll definitely post it :)
The coral had a hard time in my old nano but now it’s recovering and regrowing nicely. When I got it it had just a green stripe through a red base and it’s still appearing to grow back the same way.
 
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