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Unique Pieces of the Reef

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    Exclusively at Pacific East Aquaculture our unique cultured Pieces of the Reef! We hand craft each one with a variety of cultured corals on cured live rock. Add on to your exisitng reef, or easily create an entirely new aquascape with our Pieces of the Reef.

    You can learn more about the inspiration behind our Pieces of the Reef here:
    Solomon Islands Coral Farm

    See them all here:
    Pieces of the Reef

    A few samples:
    PRA1502 300 - Unique Pieces of the Reef
    PRA1526 300 - Unique Pieces of the Reef
    PRA1537 300 - Unique Pieces of the Reef
    PRA1521 300 - Unique Pieces of the Reef
    PRA1520 300 - Unique Pieces of the Reef
    PRA1517 300 - Unique Pieces of the Reef

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    Very nice I love the yellows.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Those are beautiful.

    My only concern is that one coral would eventually take the whole rock over... GSP (cough, cough).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom@HaslettMI View Post
    Those are beautiful.

    My only concern is that one coral would eventually take the whole rock over... GSP (cough, cough).

    We try to arrange these with an eye both to what looks good, and what will get along well long term with similar growth rates and relatively low agression towards each other. That said, there's always a chance that one or two corals could start out competeing the rest and take over, but that's true no matter how you are adding corals to your tank. Fortunately, it's usually also fairly easy to pop a frag off and relocate it elsewhere in your tank if there's something you would like to give more space to for whatever reason.

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