| This small Sarcophyton has been cut for propagation two different times. Both of the new kidney shaped heads grew from the original stalkafter it was cut. When the larger head had grown from the cut stalk and the polyps were fully formed we removed the portion of the head that we had left originally. The top of the harvested stalk then grew the smaller head that you can see in this picture.
The other coral in this picture is a beautiful cream-colored Capnella that originally came from the Solomon Islands. This beautiful coral has been propagated many times. We propagate it by removing individual branches. These branches are then put into a shallow tray with gravel, and they attach to the gravel very rapidly.
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