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Acro of the Week. "Toxic"


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    Hey yall,

    Going to try out something new here. I have acquired quite the selection of acropora colonies over the past 6 months or so and people are starting to notice. While everyone loves the quality and size of the colonies...they are colonies and they do come at a price. What I'm going to do here today, for you, is start fragging them out. One a week until I have no more (that will never happen) and offer them up for sale with a price range of $15-$70 for an ~1" frag.

    Please stand and welcome:

    Neon green chesterfieldensis aka "PP Toxic Acro"

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    Great idea!

    I'm not much of an acro guy but I've been thinking about trying them... this will be a great opportunity for me to try one (or more).

    I do have a couple of questions...
    1. Will these be fresh cut at the time of purchase or fragged ahead of time?
    2. Would you, could you post the frag price in the initial post?


    Thanks,
    Tom

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    Hey Tom,
    They'll all be generally fragged a week or more and starting to heal before posting.

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    Awesome stick! Is this going to be pre order or take you chance?

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    No preorders needed, they're ready to go right now! Healed for about a week, there are currently $30 and $50 frags available.

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