Australomussa rowleyensis, a now common local coral that defines the beauty of the acan corals.

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Australomussa rowleyensis, a now common local coral that defines the beauty of the acan corals.

Post  liquidg on 9th September 2017, 11:36 pm

These pics are of this coral species and how easily it is kept in low light, high flow and water temps not above 25c.
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They are easily fragged
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frags in two weeks spreading out
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