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  1. 1 ) red planet - $25 2A ) pinkish body with yellow top and red ploy - $30 2B ) Walt Disney - $50 3 ) pink/red body with red ploy - $25 4) valida - $30 5 ) sentosa - $10 6 ) orange monti -$5 7 ) grafted monti - $30 8 ) omega - $15 9 ) iron man blasto ( 5 heads ) $150 10 ) prata ( open to palm size) - $180 Thanks for viewing Collection at sengkang
  2. Clearing some of my corals to make space 1. Yellowish/goldish hammers-$50 each about 5cm+/- 2.bicolour yuma(orange and green) larger 50c coin-$55 3.neon orange yuma about 20c coin-$35 each 4.light green bubble about 14cm-$50 5. Large Goni-greenish one about 14cm-$65(Have missing polyps but when expanded cannot tell) purple about 13cm-$120 6.prata can expand larger than palm size-$480
  3. Dear Brother and Sister, Letting go one of my favorite corals off my glass bottom as i have increase the flow in my tank for my new fish and sps. Interested please pm me. Top left hand corner is a picture of the prata with me when i first got it, and the color as of today. This beautiful Prata has been with me for 11months as of today. One of the first corals i had in my tank. Corals : Prata aka Acanthophyllia Sp Colors : Blue Center with Red and Green Rim. Blue Center is showing Lime Green and Red Strips Price : $420 Health : Very very healthy. Flesh has already covered the skeleton nicely. Thanks, Lorenzo Lee
  4. Selling this stable and healthy prata for $90. Pm me if keen. Thanks
  5. Hi all, 3 Hammer corals at $35 each, take all for $90, another 3 pieces of Hammer on sale too, price is ranging from $40 to $60, whatsapp me for the pictures, 96382799, thanks.
  6. Hi all, may want to sell the following corals, 5 x Prata's price range from $120 to $300, 1 x Elegance coral ( luminous light green with purple blue tips, very big in size, about 1ft to 1.2ft across) at $150, 3 x scoylymia range from $80 to $150. Whatsapp me for pictures at 96382799, thanks.
  7. hello all, Clearing some of my corals. List: 1. Prata collection : $65 per piece, 6 pieces available 2. Blasto(4 heads): $30 3. Toadstool: $40 4. Lobo: $40 per piece, 2 different kinds 5, Acan: $30 per piece, 2 pieces available 6. Clams (Squamosa), 6 inches: $40 7. Normal Sun corals: 8-10 heads $15 i'll try to upload the pictures when i get my Tapatalk to work. in the meantime, if you are interested, pm me. Viewing at Clementi.
  8. Hi reefers, Letting go this healthy prata with orange dots @ 90. Size about adult palm size w/o fingers. watapps/sms : 9eight45eight255 Collection @ Woodlands
  9. Hi fellow reefers, Need some help & advice on keeping freshy LPS such as Scoly, prata, lobo & trachy. I never have much luck keeping these corals for long term. Somehow or other, tissue will start recede from the sides exposing its bones after some time. Wondering what is it that I did wrong? Worse record was probably trachyphyllia and best record is cynarina (have 3 of these for 2 yrs plus, no issues). I will try my best to feed at least once a wk using frozen mysis or brine shrimp. Using radion & t5 combi for lighting. Wavemaker is Mp40 using random reef crest mode. Hope to hear some expert advices and suggestions. Thanks.
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