This picture shows one of the beautiful golden colored Xenia as it starts to grow larger. This picture is of a very small section of Sally Jo's youngest reef tank, and you see why I call her method of reef keeping "Bonsai Reef Keeping." By using the information she has learned during the last six years about how corals grow together she is able to place her brood stock collection in some of the most beautiful living pictures I have ever seen.
For several years I thought that there was some randomness to the way that she decorated her reefs, but they always turned out so beautiful. Later I found out that the pink ones have to go with a green ones, and several pink ones can go together as long as there's something dark between them, and that there's always room for one more coral in any reef tank:)
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