Your top 3-5 frags from Battle Corals

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  1. Velcro

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    I have no idea haha.
     

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    Ooh wow man yeah that is really nice looking!
     
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    I really don't remember or it was a no name freebie. Wait till you see how it looks like now... :)
     
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    Man I would absolutely love to see it:)
     
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    Do you have a pic of what the second to the last turned into?
     
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    Reef Ready Grape Juice............. ;-)

    From a decent branched frag to this colony in about 1 year.
    Just ordered a new frag from Adam after I lost the even bigger colony in my Harvey disaster chain of events.
     
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    Rakie Federal Coral Reserve R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award SCMAS Member Build Thread Contributor

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    LOL. Yeah, I hate having that sweet student "Budget". Real food and no corals vs Ramen and new corals. The choice seems pretty easy until you live on ramen for 3-4 months because you gotta have that Angelica or Bellicose Trobairtz (which is possibly my new most favoritest coral, favoritest is also now totally a word).
     
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    Well, one day you will be over that limitation..... keep patience!
    I'm definately ordering the Bellicose Trobairitz, that really got me, lol.
     
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    I ordered one of them today! It ships out Monday. I will take a pic of the frag when I get it.
     
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    Are there pics anywhere of your Angelica?
     
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    I chose real food over angelica, don't have one! (Yet..)
     
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    Rakie Federal Coral Reserve R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award SCMAS Member Build Thread Contributor

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    It definitely has some crazy colors. It looks like Watchguys Z's Paradise, but Z's paradise is much darker toned.

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    I got both Angelica and Gilligan . Angelica is just a nub less than 1/2 inches but encrusting . Amazing thing is even at this size it maintains its color with base as bluish green and tip and polyps are deep red . I have never seen an acro maintain its amazing coloration like Angelica . But it definitely shines better under my lower kelvin bulbs than radiums .

    Gilligan - still encrusting and a tough acro to keep according to many that had it. Pretty stubborn but the adult coloration and the hope to achieve it makes me go on and on . Its red with green polyps and am still waiting when it would change .

    Apart from these, am hoping to get BC Frankenberry , BC Hyperberry and BC Pink Flamingo to complete my top 5 BC collection.

    Regards,
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    Well come on....show us the pics! Lol
     
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