If you’ve been wondering what new and old ORA corals look like, take a visit over to the aptly named ORAcorals website. Not only does ORAcorals show you ORA’s corals, it includes multiple pictures of all the species/strains. The site also shows grown-out colonies under a range of lighting and aquarium environments so that variability in growth and form can be evaluated from the pictures. With the aggressive marketing of captive raised corals on the internet, its a wonder why ORA has never put much effort towards getting people excited about their propagated coral strains. Not only is their website lackluster but it also usually lags behind the release of new coral strains by several months. There is no explicit call for submissions to ORAcorals but with many strains lacking pictures on the website, we urge you to send in your ORA coral pics to ORAcorals.com as we’ll be going through our own photo coffers.Â The ORAcorals website looks great so far and we look forward to the site becoming more complete in the future.