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This picture shows several of the Xenia that are growing in LeRoy's 150 gallon reef aquarium. We have learned that Xenia are much more stable when they are grown in systems that have many strains of pulse corals growing in them. The large Xenia at the top of this photo is the Beautiful Pink Creeping Xenia that is growing on the AragocreteTM arch. The newest Xenia in this system is the gold colored one in front of this picture. We received this Xenia from the Smithsonian and it is growing very well.
There are two different Pom Pom Xenia in the middle of the photo. The blue one is a young cutting of the 100 percent pulser. This Xenia is one of the most popular corals we have. You can see that Xenia and SPS corals can grow very well in the same system.
This picture shows the center part of one of our oldest reefs. This 135 gallon tank was set up in 1993 and it has always grown both Zoanthids and Xenia very well. This tank now has 2 - six foot VHO bulbs and 4- four foot VHO bulbs. We have just hooked the newest three tank cutting unit to this system. The cutting unit has two tanks that are 24" by 48" and 10" deep the third tank is 24" by 48" and 14" deep. All three tanks are set on an oak stand.
The Xenia in the middle of the picture below is the 100 percent pulser and you can see how well it grows with other corals. The green Hydnopora has been cut back several times and it has grown back. We will remove the rocks soon so we can make cuttings of the Zoanthids. These Zoanthids grow very fast and they have great colors. When we make combinations of Zoanthids there are always several types on each Reef Plug. The BPCX Xenia grows very well and this picture shows two patches of this Xenia.
We are having a special on all of the coral cuttings. WHEN YOU PURCHASE 5 AT THE REGULAR PRICE OF $100 WE WILL GIVE YOU TWO FREE CORALS!. We will continue to provide the most current data on reef farming for both education and profit.