Granted that the photo above was likely taken under optimized lighting conditions, we have every reason to believe the coral above looks as amazing as the photo would suggest. The pictorial evidence was presented in a discussion of whether the photo had been subjected to photoshop editing. It appears as though the coral was made from a square cut which has since added 1/4″ to it’s perimeter. Is the coral above the result of a grafting experiment? Is the mottling and the extreme diversity of color a stable condition under various aquarium environments? Very little is known about this corl but we can all be certain that this strain will surely spawn a very creative trade name. Photo originally from Photobucket user Troppics.
Update: We have learned that the fantastic coral above is from Tropicorium, the original coral farm, and it is called the Melting Pot Acid Trip Challice. The asking price? Only $400 per polyp.
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