So here's an example of ricordea coral propagation via self pedal laceration (foot cutting). My ricordea yuma (my most expensive one) is making small movements around its fragplug. In this picture you can see a large amount of foot being left behind while its connection to the main ricordea is getting thinner. 4/30/2016 Soon that foot will separate from the mother and become it's own ricordea. 5/6/2016 Baby almost fully separated. Still gray color. 5/13/2016 Baby fully separated and turning green coloration. Now lets showcase some of my dead acro frags ;__; This was a nice mariculture showing some awesome color potential (STN over the past 2 weeks) Here's a picture of the ORA Hawkins Echinata when it was alive RTN'd after about 2 days in my tank. The base was a live and STN'd slowly. I've been hanging onto this last nub of growth for the longest time. I still have one polyp alive! Do you see it near the base at around 1 O Clock? Also in picture is Geneva's Red Planet! Very awesome coral been doing good in my tank.