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luckyink updated Alien Eye Chalice
2013-08-02 09:55:18 -0400
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luckyink posted on Alien Eye Chalice
2013-08-02 09:55:17 -0400
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luckyink created Alien Eye Chalice on Alien Eye Chalice
2013-08-02 09:54:51 -0400
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luckyink posted on Crater Coral
2013-08-02 09:53:26 -0400
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luckyink posted on Jedi Mind Trick Montipora
2013-08-02 09:49:41 -0400
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luckyink updated Jedi Mind Trick Montipora
2013-08-02 09:49:43 -0400
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luckyink created Jedi Mind Trick Montipora on Jedi Mind Trick Montipora
2013-08-02 09:48:19 -0400
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luckyink updated Acropora echinata
2013-08-02 09:46:09 -0400
  • Scientific Name: Acropora echinata
  • Environment: salt
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luckyink posted on Acropora echinata
2013-08-02 09:46:08 -0400
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luckyink created Acropora echinata on Acropora echinata
2013-08-02 09:45:41 -0400
  • Scientific Name: Acropora echinata
  • Environment: salt
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luckyink updated Neon Green Candy Cane Coral
2013-08-02 09:43:41 -0400
  • Scientific Name: Caulastrea furcata
  • Environment: salt
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luckyink posted on Neon Green Candy Cane Coral
2013-08-02 09:43:39 -0400
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  • Scientific Name: Caulastrea furcata
  • Environment: salt
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luckyink updated Baby's Breath Favia
2013-08-02 09:39:27 -0400
  • Scientific Name: Favia Speciosa
  • Environment: salt
  • Difficulty: Moderate
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luckyink posted on Baby's Breath Favia
2013-08-02 09:39:24 -0400
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luckyink created Baby's Breath Favia on Baby's Breath Favia
2013-08-02 09:38:50 -0400
  • Scientific Name: Favia Speciosa
  • Environment: salt
  • Difficulty: Moderate
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luckyink posted on luckyink/lucky-s-150g-mixed-reef
2013-06-21 17:32:56 -0400
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luckyink updated montipora spongodes
2013-06-21 19:44:20 -0400
The ORA Spongodes is a Montipora sp. with an interesting growth pattern and coloration. It creates a substantial encrusting plate formation with thick fingers projecting upwards from the plates. The plates and fingers have a very attractive combination of contrasting brown and green colors. Under intense lighting, the new growth on this coral turns vibrant purple.
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luckyink updated montipora spongodes
2013-06-21 18:27:00 -0400
The ORA Spongodes is a Montipora sp. with an interesting growth pattern and coloration. It creates a substantial encrusting plate formation with thick fingers projecting upwards from the plates. The plates and fingers have a very attractive combination of contrasting brown and green colors. Under intense lighting, the new growth on this coral turns vibrant purple.
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luckyink posted on montipora spongodes
2013-06-21 18:26:59 -0400
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luckyink created montipora spongodes on montipora spongodes
2013-06-21 18:25:57 -0400
The ORA Spongodes is a Montipora sp. with an interesting growth pattern and coloration. It creates a substantial encrusting plate formation with thick fingers projecting upwards from the plates. The plates and fingers have a very attractive combination of contrasting brown and green colors. Under intense lighting, the new growth on this coral turns vibrant purple.
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luckyink posted on Crater Coral
2013-05-24 19:47:17 -0400
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luckyink updated Crater Coral
2013-05-24 19:47:20 -0400
Crater Corals (Leptastrea sp.) are encrusting or dome-shaped colonies similar in appearance to Goniastrea sp. and Montastrea sp. corals. They have small round or polygonal corrallites that do not share their walls with their neighbors. Color can vary highly in these colonies; purples, browns, greens and reds are not uncommon. Requirements can vary depending on the color and origin of the coral. Brighter colored colonies generally have higher light requirements while flatter, more encrusting colonies are found in higher water flow. Generally, Crater Corals need moderate to high light and flow. They have low aggressiveness and are very hardy overall.
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luckyink created Crater Coral on Crater Coral
2013-05-24 19:46:10 -0400
Crater Corals (Leptastrea sp.) are encrusting or dome-shaped colonies similar in appearance to Goniastrea sp. and Montastrea sp. corals. They have small round or polygonal corrallites that do not share their walls with their neighbors. Color can vary highly in these colonies; purples, browns, greens and reds are not uncommon. Requirements can vary depending on the color and origin of the coral. Brighter colored colonies generally have higher light requirements while flatter, more encrusting colonies are found in higher water flow. Generally, Crater Corals need moderate to high light and flow. They have low aggressiveness and are very hardy overall.