What are you bringing to the Swap!?!

Discussion in 'Events & Announcements' started by Vhuang168, Aug 5, 2017.

  1. RandyC

    RandyC Guest

    Pacman Acropora
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    Green Acropora
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    Orange Setosa
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    Neon Green Hammer (Thin Branch)
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    Purple with Yellow Tip Torch (Thick Branch)
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    Fruit Loop Zoas
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    Noname Zoa (looks like a scarface morph)
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    Sunny D Zoa
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    Vamp in Drag Zoa
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    Rasta Zoa
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    Green and Maroon Favia
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  2. Mark B

    Mark B Supporting Member

    Us beginners have some of these (some type of mushroom) would these be good for the swap?

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  3. Kremis

    Kremis Supporting Member

    anything is good for the swap as long as its not on the list of uneligable corals? I think those contain like xenia brown kenya tree etc
     
  4. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Officer at large

    Here's my three. Pink zipper zoas, green ricordea, and purple gorgonia with brown polyps.
     

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  5. wfong

    wfong Supporting Member

    Thick Branching Green Blue tip Stag to be cut for the frag swap BARS 2017 Frag Swap.JPG
     
    Last edited: Sep 11, 2017
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  6. wfong

    wfong Supporting Member

    Lime green monti mother colony to be frag BARS 2017 Frag Swap #2.JPG
     
  7. MolaMola

    MolaMola Supporting Member

    I am bringing Cyphastrea meteor shower, Hollywood stunner Echinopora chalice, ORA blue Echinopora chalice, possibly green Hydnophora, and a Gorgonian or two. Also some Kenya tree Capnella for the freebie table.
    (Had planned on more following my students' fragging mayhem in May, but half our corals died in a summer heatwave in the classroom that should not have happened.)
     
  8. wfong

    wfong Supporting Member

    Bonzai Valida.jpg Showing mother colony of my Bonzai Valida I'll frag for the swap.
     
  9. wfong

    wfong Supporting Member

  10. wfong

    wfong Supporting Member

    Mother colony of Acropora nana I'll frag for the swap. A super fast grower. Super blue nana.jpg
     
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  11. Vhuang168

    Vhuang168 Supporting Member

    Mother colony of The Vinh. I'll be bringing a frag for the swap and a frag for the raffle.

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    Mother colony of the Copps Blueberry Miyagi Tort.

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    Tricolor Tort.

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    There will be more.
     
  12. wfong

    wfong Supporting Member

  13. wfong

    wfong Supporting Member

    purple stylo.jpg Mother colony of pink stylo coral for the swap
     
  14. roostertech

    roostertech reef noob

    Love that pink stylo. I'll be looking for it!
     
  15. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Officer at large

    Ha. That makes 2 of us.
     
  16. roostertech

    roostertech reef noob

    Shoo, you can have some of my purple ones.
     
  17. Mark B

    Mark B Supporting Member

    Gonna have to get that pink stylo:)
     
  18. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Not bringing much, rose bubble tip anemones, rhodactis mushroom, unsure about my 3rd coral.

    Not sure if people are all SPS crazy, or if there's still some love for softies, this one has a few colors in it. Didn't feel like turning off the pumps though so ignore the distortion, camera pic (but turned out pretty damn good)
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  19. Vhuang168

    Vhuang168 Supporting Member

    Forgot to add this.

    Jason Fox Fox Flame.

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  20. JVU

    JVU Supporting Member

    I don't think people are only interested in SPS, I just think with all the beautiful and generous SPS selections/pics here people like me bringing mostly common corals are intimidated to post.

    FWIW I personally am interested in both the RBTA and rhodactis you posted.

    I'm bringing several sets of common green and also green striped mushrooms (discosoma/actinodiscus), a few clumps of green button polyps (protopalythoas), green hammer (euphyllia ancora), and a few frags of pink birdsnest (seriatopora hystrix). All common but also pretty easy and hopefully of interest.
     

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