|This picture shows the details of this small purple Sarcophyton. This clone is approximately four months old and is almost ready to be harvested.
The beautiful Acropora behind this Sarcophyton is called Tricolor. Sarcophytons and other soft coral can be grown with sps corals. Regular water changes and normal tank maintenance are able to neutralize any chemical effects that soft corals would have on SPS corals. We do remove Sarcophytons before we cut them so we limit the amount of pollution that would take place if the large Sarcophyton was cut inside of the reef.
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