Vivid Aquarium Confetti Acro

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  1. agent462

    agent462 I like my tanks wide

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    Vivid Confetti
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    Rainbow Explosion:
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    So far the Rainbow Explosion is a more drab version. It does get the tiniest green growth rim at the base I have not see on Vivid. It still might have long term potential. At this point in time, I would not pay money for it unless it was in a bargain bin hoping it's a sleeper.
     
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  2. Anirban

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    I received my rainbow explosion when it was first released. It came as a white piece but outstanding polyp extension. Then it became green and now its red. It never lost its polyp extension. The beauty lies in its polyps and it can be very shaggy. Now back to original thread....more pics of confetti please..:)
     
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    Tell me this isn't the sexiest coral in the trade today??? [​IMG]
     
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    It's looking amazing! You got all kind of branches popping up!
     
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    I don't want to jinx it, but I think it may be the fastest thing growing in my tank right now
     
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    Once mine settled it started to encrust like crazy. Dave from vivid told me if it’s happy it’s a fast grower
     
  7. 10Seconds

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    Thanks for this pic. My tank is MH too and I wanted to see what the color on this would be under MH. In fact the pink color is what I am needed in my tank so this would be perfect.

    Now just need to convince myself to pay for it.
     
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    Some of the pictures look amazing but a lot of them look just like Tyree Pinky the Bear. The ones with yellow polyps definitely look unique though.
     
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    I have a pinky the bear too, looks like the same species, but different color morph with the confetti being much much more colorful.
     
  10. andypeck831

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    Just got my confetti last night thanks to Brandon Pierce and my good friend mike F47E76EB-AB83-4A6D-A8D2-EA864A6EDD08.jpeg
     
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    I have had the confetti a month now so I figured I would upload a pic. It is still growing the base out but I notice the pink is starting to get much brighter. I have it placed about 20" deep to hopefully get the green in it, no luck yet with that.

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    Very nice. I need a frag.
     
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    Back in town after being away for 10 days. The frag didn't seem to mind.

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    Looking Good!
     
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    Confetti frag has grown into a mini colony!
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    How long have you had it now?
     
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    Very nice
     
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    I believe I bought mine back in June or July.
     
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    Photo I took today. It was growing pretty good but stalled when I had a fish or this giant emerald crab knock the top of it off, twice. It has started to grow again so I look forward to next months photo.

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  20. Vivid Aquariums

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    How about a few photos of our confetti mini colony. This one was kept under much higher par than our original mother colony. The more par the more pink. Original mom is still kept under 260-280 par this one is kept under 400+
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