Check out my new BLUEBERRY CORAL that I got a pretty good deal on

Discussion in 'Corals' started by Morgan111, Mar 28, 2010.

  1. Morgan111Well Known MemberMember

    so I went in our local petland store and they had this Blueberry coral in there that I saw at one of the bigger coral dealers in the area for 100.00..... and the guy I deal with in there let me have it for 40.00 (never thought I'd be excited to buy something that doesnt even swim for 40.00 lol) I think it is WAYYYYYYY cool so I wanted to share.

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  2. TreeforkWell Known MemberMember

    Never had a saltwater tank, but that's a pretty cool looking addition.

  3. lorabellWell Known MemberMember

    that is GEORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!! I have never seen anything like that around here!!!!!

  4. LucyModeratorModerator Member

    How how pretty!!

  5. MeenuFishlore VIPMember

    cool - it looks like an underwater, blue bonsai tree.
  6. Morgan111Well Known MemberMember

    thanks all, yea it was the first time ive seen it anywhere and I saw it two places in the same day.... it was already opened back up in less than a hour after we got it home... just in time for my saturday coral feeding
  7. AquaristFishlore LegendMember

    Oh wow! I've never seen anything like it either! Beautiful!

  8. harpua2002Fishlore VIPMember

    Nice, looks like a gorgonian. Not an animal I have any experience with, lol. Good luck with it! :)
  9. Tanman19azValued MemberMember

  10. smileyfishValued MemberMember

    I love gorgonians, that's a blueberry gorgonian, very nice addition
  11. Morgan111Well Known MemberMember

    yea I'd never seen a blueberry one and it is pretty good sized seems and really healthy so I had to have it especially for 40.00.... I read they are pretty easy to frag is that correct?
  12. Kamie427Valued MemberMember

    WOW that's beautiful!!!!!!!!
  13. SarrixxValued MemberMember

    i love gorgonians and that looks amazing!!!
  14. ATPWell Known MemberMember

    lucky. my gorgorian is brown type :(. very nice colors though. You will need to feed very regularly as they are not photosynthetic. I use this liquid oyster thing called oyster feast. They are also very hard to take care off. Sometimes they just die for some reason.

    btw, you will get exited and spend a ton of money on something that doesn't move :). The most expensive coral I found was 5 grand. It was a type of chalice. The 2nd most expensive I've seen is like 2 grand-also a chalice.
  15. Goldwing_DonWell Known MemberMember

    Shape :;hf
  16. fisher87New MemberMember

    very cool
  17. JrobberWell Known MemberMember

    That does look cool

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