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  bola4sm.jpg - I thought you may like to check out these pics. A little care goes a long way - look at the cervicornis...the growth rates are amazing. It seems the stony coral transplants have taken to the reefs balls. The plugs were taken from stressed reef, transplanted to the balls and relocated to an area with good water quality. The study was done by Antonio Ortiz, a graduate student at University of Puerto Rico - Lajas. The Clivosa pic shows a close up of the transplant clearly budding on the reef ball  
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bola4sm | I thought you may like to check out these pics. A little care goes a long way - look at the cervicornis...the growth rates are amazing. It seems the stony coral transplants have taken to the reefs balls. The plugs were taken from stressed reef, transplanted to the balls and relocated to an area with good water quality. The study was done by Antonio Ortiz, a graduate student at University of Puerto Rico - Lajas. The Clivosa pic shows a close up of the transplant clearly budding on the reef ball Download
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