DBTC: Tyree Elegance Coral

Discussion in 'DBTC - LPS' started by Enderturtle, Sep 16, 2015.

statistics
Tyree Elegance Coral (Boun)
Chain Started on:
09/16/2015
Latest Updated on:
10/14/2017
Chain Length:
759 days
Most Generous Donors:
Most Single Donations:
3
Number of Transactions:
5
Currently Growing:
5
Currently Available:
0
Currently Failures:
0
Currently Unknown:
0
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  • Enderturtle
    Enderturtle
    09/16/2015
    • Geneva
      Geneva
      09/16/2015
      • Coral reefer
        Coral reefer
        05/16/2017
        • tankguy
          tankguy
          10/14/2017
        • Kmooresf
          Kmooresf
          10/14/2017
  1. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    My DBTC Rules
    1. I use "DBTC" as a backup in case my coral dies.
      1. This means you give me a frag(when extras are available) if mine dies.
      2. My goal is to have a backup, NOT to pass around free coral to everyone.
      3. When you have frags available, add them to this DBTC so we can get more people to have this coral so we can all have backups.
    2. Must have established tank.
    3. Cannot SELL this coral until you've given away 1 frag of this to someone in this DBTC .
      • This is an honor based system. I (and this club) will remember to not give you any future frags if you break this condition.
    4. Keep me updated if this thing dies or if you get rid of it.

    The Coral

    • Tyree Elegance Coral
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    • Lineage: From BAR member who purchased from Lucky Goldfish in Oakland.
    • This is a bay area classic piece; it is easily fragged and has proven to do well in the aquarium environment unlike a lot of fresh wild elegance corals.
    • Care: I've had the best luck with it on the sandbed, not getting blasted by too much light or flow.

    If you're interested in joining this DBTC post here and I'll choose the person.


    Remember a DBTC's purpose is to propagate and pass on frags....this way we can all have back ups if our frag dies.



    Pick up in San Mateo or meet me in Fremont.


    Those of you who have this coral tracing back to Lucky GoldFish. Feel free to attach yourselves to this DBTC if you want.
     
    Last edited: Sep 22, 2015
  2. Newjack

    Newjack Supporting Member

    beautiful coral. someone better jump on this. Mike, I wish I could.. but I'll have to pass. Don't want to be responsible for such a rare piece.
     
  3. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    If you think you can keep it alive, you should go for it.

    It's one of the easier elegance corals.
     
  4. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    Do you feed it? How often? I've never had one.... how did you frag it? just curious!
     
  5. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    Bandsaw fragging. geneva its yours if you want it. Youve been a great DBTCer and your tank is stable enough

    Feeding is not required.
     
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  6. boun11

    boun11 Supporting Member

    I don't feed them at all! They have survive multiple mini crashes :) surprisingly a hardy coral!
     
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  7. Vhuang168

    Vhuang168 Supporting Member

    I will have another frag for this soon. Mine has 4 mouths now (up from 2 when I got it). So my frag will have 2 mouths.

    I feed mine a lot! The trick is to entice it to close up then put some food in it.

    Mine sits about 1" off the floor on some rock work, in some medium flow, moderate lighting.

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  8. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    Thanks, Mike! Will PM you!
     
  9. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    so you take a bandsaw and basically slice it in half once you have multiple heads??
     
  10. boun11

    boun11 Supporting Member

    yes, but you can't just slice it in half because it has 2 mouths. You have to make sure the skeleton is big enough to cut. The bigger the skeleton the higher the survival rate.
     
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  11. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    Yeah you want a good amount of skeleton. Even if your elegance coral is BIG it might have a skeleton that is too small to frag.

    Always surprises me how much flesh can come out of a small coral skeleton.

    It would need time to build a bigger skeleton if it is too small.
     
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2015
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  12. ReeferDale

    ReeferDale Guest

    Nice looking coral
     
  13. tankguy

    tankguy Vice President

    Nice offering Mike
     
  14. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    One frag to @Geneva.

    Let me know how it does in a couple days Geneva.
     
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  15. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    Thanks, Mike! I have it sitting in the sand now....
     
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  16. gimmito

    gimmito Supporting Member

    Mike,

    Please put me down for a piece.
     
  17. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    @Enderturtle - Michael, this is doing really well in my tank so far! I love how the middle glows green under my LED's and the tips are a beautiful pink. Thanks again!
     
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  18. denzil

    denzil Webmaster

    This is a great looking piece!
     
  19. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    @Geneva just checking to see if your coral is still doing good?


    My current frag is doing good and wont be ready to frag for a while.
     
    Last edited: Dec 30, 2015
  20. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    Michael - yes, my coral is doing great so far! I have it on the sand and it seems quite happy - will take a picture soon.
     

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