PIF green nepthea frag

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PIF green nepthea frag

Postby nasanek on Sat Mar 09, 2013 3:40 pm

well, finally got one to attach, I really lost my touch with fragging leathers. Anyway, here she is:
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It's a super easy leather to grow, just like any other leather really. The base eventually turns a tan color, but the branches always stay a nice neon green. Here is a better picture of a big one:
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I keep mine in the bottom of my tank, about a foot under the LEDs and it's growing pretty well. I have it under low flow, but it could probably tolerate just about any flow and any light. It's a great starter coral! Post in this thread if you want to pick it up and I'll post whoever gets it so future members know who to ask if they would like some.

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Re: PIF green nepthea frag

Postby creik on Sun Mar 10, 2013 7:57 pm

Has anyone taken you up on the Nepthea frag? I would be interested. In Middleton.
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Re: PIF green nepthea frag

Postby nasanek on Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:53 am

To Creik.

Good to meet you Chris, I hope the coral does really well for you!

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Re: PIF green nepthea frag

Postby creik on Wed Mar 13, 2013 8:49 am

Thanks Nick. I will post a pic once it is happy and acclimated, and will share moving forward, as it grows....
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green nepthea frag update

Postby creik on Fri Mar 15, 2013 10:46 am

So far so good, acclimated in its new home. Lets see if I can grow this creature to be able to frag and give back to the community...
thanks again, Nick.
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Re: PIF green nepthea frag

Postby calepy86 on Sun Aug 25, 2013 8:38 pm

how is this lil guy progressing? the parent colony is beautiful. I am new to reefing only been at it for a few months. I bought a choc chip star and he ate every leather I had.. need to get rid of him and looking forward to getting more after hes gone.
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Re: PIF green nepthea frag

Postby nasanek on Mon Aug 26, 2013 4:26 pm

I've had a few set-backs this summer, but I've still got some of this growing. I'll be sure to post again when I've got any frags ready. Welcome to the hobby, and good luck!
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Re: PIF green nepthea frag

Postby Desy148 on Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:14 am

Hello. I am new to these issues, I will be happy with any information.
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