WTB: Interesting large colony corals

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  1. capescuba

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    I am looking for some leads or sources for some nice sized colonies of corals. I'm all in for DBTC. fragging etc, but I also want to balance this with having a great looking DT. My wife and I share the passion so it's a constant trade off.

    Whilst my tank is only a little over 1 month old, the LR and most of the inhabitants are several years old - I've been extremely lucky in how well my system has balanced itself out and stabilized in the new tank. All my params are super stable.

    So ... Looking for some stunning, colorful pieces. Softies/LPS and some SPS - perhaps not the super hard stuff for now though!

    Any leads / sources / ideas welcome.

    Thanks!
     
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    I think @scuzy has a ball of hammer for sale
     
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    I have a mini colony of Cali Tort as well


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  4. RandyC

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    I have a neon green hammer colony for sale as well. 8+ heads. Let me know if this is the color you're looking for.

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  5. capescuba

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    Already got several neon green's now, torch's, hammers and flower pots. Hoping to get some more in the orange/red and blue/purples.
     
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    are you interested in rock full of Zoas?
     
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    Not really - Already have plenty of those also ... plus don't really want to risk Aiptasia sneaking in on rock if I can help it. Thanks.
     
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    Miami Hurricane chalice plate size colony?
     
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    Could be - Have a photo? Price etc?
     
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    PM me your number and I can text you some pictures
     
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    What is aiptasia?


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    It’s a reef cancer


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    I have a flat rock a little bit longer than a deck of cards packed with pulsing xenia. Never had aptasia in this tank
     
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    Spawns of the devil that multiply like gremlins when they get wet.
     

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