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    LiveAquaria to Release Aquacultured Peacock Feather Acropora latistella in February

    Following up from their Real Deal Echinata, our friends at LiveAquaria will be releasing a new Dr. Foster and Smith aquacultured coral next month called the Peacock Feather Acropora. The broodstock of the Peacock Acro (Acropora latistella) was originally acquired from an Australian colony that was grown out and propagated. I got a glimpse of […]

    Live Aquaria DFS Peacock Acropora latistella

    Following up from their Real Deal Echinata, our friends at LiveAquaria will be releasing a new Dr. Foster and Smith aquacultured coral next month called the Peacock Feather Acropora. The broodstock of the Peacock Acro (Acropora latistella) was originally acquired from an Australian colony that was grown out and propagated.

    I got a glimpse of this coral on my trip to LiveAquaria’s Aquaculture facility in Rhinelander, WI–needless to say the blue, green and violet hues combined with the tabling growth form are a nice addition to any reef.

    6 Comments

    1. btaylor66
      January 28, 2010 at 9:17 AM | Permalink

      Niiiiiccceee! I want one!

    2. highpass
      January 28, 2010 at 5:02 PM | Permalink

      It's a beaut for sure. Is this to be a permanent addition to the stock or is it in limited supply?

    3. Tim Morrissey
      January 28, 2010 at 9:33 PM | Permalink

      Tables are the @#$%! I wish more people grew table acros, colorful or not I think they make the tank look much more natural, and they help your aquascape no matter what.

    4. Tim Morrissey
      January 29, 2010 at 3:33 AM | Permalink

      Tables are the @#$%! I wish more people grew table acros, colorful or not I think they make the tank look much more natural, and they help your aquascape no matter what.

    5. glassboxdesign
      January 28, 2010 at 11:11 PM | Permalink

      I could not agree more.

    6. January 29, 2010 at 5:11 AM | Permalink

      I could not agree more.

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