Discussion in 'Battlecorals' started by Battlecorals, Mar 7, 2016.
great looking efflo. been looking for a frag for awhile now.maybe one day
Wow, that thing blows my mind! I've always been a sucker for blue corals.
Love me my efflos
I have 3
Hers one, I think this is the $500
Very nice! so thats what they look like when you don't frag the crap out of them! LOL
I feel you guys... I've been looking for a frag of the GC efflo also.... It must just not grow at all
Pm me my friend, I can clip mine anytime for you
You just made my frickin' day Adam! Thanks a lot!
Beautiful Coral! I'll have to pick one up once the tank is set up! Long time favorite of mine.
Perhaps the greatest testimonial of all time!
I am about to set up a tank and would like to do something different. Less species and maybe more of a specific zone. Since we are all limited on space due to the tank size I would like to have some great colonies and less in terms of different species. Maybe concentrate on lets say 4-6 species and grow them to colony size. Transfer them to larger tank when the time comes. Way in the future maybe sell off part of the colony to keep the size from growing out of the tank. I guess you see where I am going. What would you recommend as a group that is hardy and good looking that might be found in the wild together? Maybe a little on the easy side to maintain and culture. What light source would you select for this group as your preference?
Hey Lowell, Thanks a lot for the post I'm sending you a pm now with some answers and specifics here's a link to an older piece i wrote thats all about the art of selection!
The Vanishing of the Nuance
I look forward to your message. I have not figured out the private message thing yet.
Ok cool. no worries let me know if you have any trouble. Should have landed own you "inbox" a few minutes ago"
I know, right!!
Sorry for the blued out cell phone pic. But once this bad boy based down it really took off this year.
I hear it starts growing weird when you start chopping it. Is that true Adam ?
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