This is another small section of Sally Jo's youngest reef tank. Some weeks there are so many different Xenia is growing in this tank that I don't think there's any room left for water or at least no room for her fish to swim around. We now have a great new intern named Curtis and he is learning to help Sally Jo propagate Xenia. Twice or three times a week I show up in her office with a pair of scissors and a cutting container to beg for some Xenia.
Spring is very best time to ship Xenia because it is not too hot or too cold. If you are currently raising any strains of Xenia that you'd like to trade please contact me so we can set up a trade.
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