Your top 3-5 frags from Battle Corals

Abhishek

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For me top 5 are :-

1. BC Angelica - it's so slow and finicky but probably the most amazing acro I have ever seen
2. BC Gilligan - another beauty and slow growing
3. BC Ultimate table - yellow with red polyps and blue tips u see 10k halides
4. BC Hyperberry - need it
5. BC Frankenberry - need it

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Abhishek
 

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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.

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Abhishek
Are the angelica and gilligan picture ready?
 

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Rainbows Army

I asked for a beginners pack towards the end of Oct 2017. This was one that came in that pack and helped fuel my sps addiction;)


Nov 29 2017
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Today
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Edit:

Didn't realize till I posted these pics, that is the Bubblebath Unicorn behind it. Blurry but can still make it out;)
 

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