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Thank You

All 4 of my corals were alive and are doing well. The pulsing xenia is my pick and has been very active. The paly grandis is beautiful and opening up and the toadstools are perfect. Thanks for picking such nice specimens.

Norma H. from Maryland

LPS Corals

The LPS corals are generally larger calcareous corals than SPS coral and usually have a much larger fleshy polyp. Many LPS corals are hardy, easy to keep, and can even be fast growing. They will usually require less intense lighting and a lower water movement than SPS coral. Look for a great cheap live coral? Check out Salty's Frugal Frags! They can also be a good beginner coral!

Reef Raft Mental Breakdown Chalice Coral - 1.25 Inches
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$199.99 $159.99
Aussie Red Acan Coral - 9 Heads
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$34.99 $27.99
Bright Red and Blue Acan Coral Cluster - 8 Heads
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$29.99 $23.99
Bright Red and Pink Acan Coral Cluster
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$34.99 $27.99
Red Acan Coral Cluster - 13 Heads
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$34.99 $27.99
Aussie Bright Tomato Acan Coral - 2-3 Heads
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$21.99 $17.59
Ultra Red and Blue Chalice Coral - 1.25 Inches
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$49.99 $39.99
Ultra Blue with Red Stripes Chalice Coral - 1 Inch
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$39.99 $31.99
Bright Multicolor Chalice Coral - 1 Inch
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$39.99 $31.99
Aquacultured Blind Melon Favia Coral - 1 Inch
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$39.99 $31.99
Green Crystal Meat Coral - 3 Inches
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$49.99 $39.99
Green Duncan Coral - 7 Heads
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$32.99 $26.39
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Testimonials

Berghia Update 9/30/08

Hey, Just wanted to give you an update! I ordered from you several months ago, and just wanted to say I saw 4 babies today!!! I originally bought 13 and put in a 10g w/ lots of aptasia rocks. after many weeks, they ate all that and I recovered 4 and ...

Julie

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