|This beautiful group of seven Sarcophytons belongs to a group that we call colonial Sarcophytons. This is a smaller type of Sarcophyton that tends to produce offspring next to the stalk of the parent. This group of Sarcophytons came from Sally Jo's second reef tank, and it is the same type of Sarcophyton that her clown fish have taken as a host. This is a very hardy captive raised strain of Sarcophytons that are very easy to propagate.
You can produce a colony of Sarcophytons with many heads by splitting each head with a sharp pair of scissors. This strain of Sarcophytons does not need to be split to the base, but that is a good way to produce multi headed colonies from the larger bodied Sarcophytons.
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