This coral was propagated by cutting the entire head from the second stalk about 30 days ago. Notice how the cut has healed and the new polyps are forming on the healed stalk.
We were able to cut the head of this stalk into about 24 pieces, and all of the sections are now growing. This is one of the corals we were able to donate for cancer research. Many cancer researchers are using are simple Zero Impact reefs to keep the corals they are using alive. GARF needs to trade for any types of Sarcophytons so we can get as many types into the hands of researchers as possible.
If you are growing ANY Sarcophytons that you have not seen in the pictures, or if you have more common ones that have been in captivity for more than one year please mail us. Email: email@example.com
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|Many of the rare corals are offered to our members for 2 years before they are put on sale. We will soon have an E-mail list that will list the rarest color forms of sps corals and soft corals such as Xenia and Mushrooms.|