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Ultra Rock Flower Anemones, Rare Black Torches, Sweet Blastos

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Hey there reefers,

Just posted on the site a lot of new goodies! This update includes some of our best Rock Flower Anemones to date. Along with Rock Flowers, we finally got in some of our popular Inner Core Black Torches. These are definite show pieces with their black tentacles and fluorescent green centers. Check out the site to see everything else!

Some teasers:













































Not yet fragged, will be on the site within the next week or two!
























Unique's Japanese Pink Nepthea is currently in grow out!


We grew this piece as the smallest hitchhiker. We saw a bit of yellow and metallic tips, but never expected it to look like this! Really unique with it's yellow base, purple/pink polyps and metallic silver tips. We're calling it the Pink Lemonade Kenya Tree, but we're unsure if it really is a kenya tree. Anyone care to chime in on what it might be?


Cheers,
Darwin
 

Jessica Tucker

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Hey there reefers,

Just posted on the site a lot of new goodies! This update includes some of our best Rock Flower Anemones to date. Along with Rock Flowers, we finally got in some of our popular Inner Core Black Torches. These are definite show pieces with their black tentacles and fluorescent green centers. Check out the site to see everything else!

Some teasers:













































Not yet fragged, will be on the site within the next week or two!
























Unique's Japanese Pink Nepthea is currently in grow out!


We grew this piece as the smallest hitchhiker. We saw a bit of yellow and metallic tips, but never expected it to look like this! Really unique with it's yellow base, purple/pink polyps and metallic silver tips. We're calling it the Pink Lemonade Kenya Tree, but we're unsure if it really is a kenya tree. Anyone care to chime in on what it might be?


Cheers,
Darwin
Do you have any more black torch corals for sale??
 

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Unique's Japanese Pink Nepthea is currently in grow out!


We grew this piece as the smallest hitchhiker. We saw a bit of yellow and metallic tips, but never expected it to look like this! Really unique with it's yellow base, purple/pink polyps and metallic silver tips. We're calling it the Pink Lemonade Kenya Tree, but we're unsure if it really is a kenya tree. Anyone care to chime in on what it might be?


Cheers,
Darwin
Missed mine from last year ... :( :(
 

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