This image shows part of Sally Jo's youngest reef. These are some of Sally Jo's baby Clown Fish. This is the first batch that is ready to form new pairs. Sally Jo has added two fish from another hatchery, and they will become the females in each of the new pairs.
Clownfish love to use Xenia as a host. This reef has about a dozen types of Xenia and there are several baby Bali Xenia lined up along the back of the tank and Norm has been selling them as fast as Sally Jo gets them ready :)
You can see a wonderful new Acropora that is bright purple. Mike Paletta sent this coral and about a dozen more this week. We will show you a slide show of them so you can watch them grow over the next few years.
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