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The second picture shows three of the many species of Xenia that Sally Jo grows in her reef aquariums. These Xenia and many other soft corals have been acclimated to reef aquarium for last several years, and they're getting hardy and easy to keep in many different systems. It is amazing to watch strains of coral as they become adapted to captivity. Captive raised corals are much more hardy than collected corals and this makes it much easier for people to start their own reef. The beautiful green coral in the middle of this picture is one of the many strains of green Nephthea at that we are collecting
The green Nephthea are not for sale because we are collecting strains that may eventually be returned to an aquaculture facility on an island in the Pacific. The green Nephthea are one of the most important corals that we are looking for. We are willing to trade rare and beautiful Acropora fragments for small cuttings of these coral.
FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS WE HAVE WORKED VERY HARD TO PURCHASE, TRADE, AND SAVE AS MANY TYPES OF CORALS AS WE CAN.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE
SOME OF SALLY JO'S GREAT NEW CUTTINGS PLEASE CALL TOLL FREE