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I just received 9 small 3-4" Fiji Acro colonies and "WOW" they came in with great color & awsome polyp extention! I have heard they can take up to a year to color up? I placed all the Colonies on rocks they came in un mounted...has anyone had any experience with them?
 

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almost all wild colonys come in with great color, the collectors dont harvest brown corals. Its just hard to maintain the color of wild colonys, a lot of them brown out in reefers tanks.
I would say what you have today will look completly different in 6 months.
Take a photo today and compair its color in a month time. It would be fun to track its changes.
 

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:needpics::)
 

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they are the colored Fiji from Foster&Smith!!
 

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I really didn't get good pics, The lights were off when I got home from work!
 

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okokok...youall know I like pics...the lights were on 5 minutes...

bright purple Digitata....8" colony

 

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this colony has a really pretty light blue top...

 

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Ill post a few more Tomorrow they are In my 75!!

 

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Nice!
 

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Living life on the edge! They look good... did you take any precautions for pests? I'm always afraid of adding wild colonies for that reason.
 

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a dip In Tropic Marin...lol but they came from a great place that I Think has a good holding tank!
 
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