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kevin95695

Member of the Registry
Guess what peeps? We are trying to line up a very well known name for our November meeting... And if we can come up with some "Pocillopora damicornis" it will be an interesting meeting indeed. Anyone? TIA!
 

gem

Totally over it
Kevin,
Get in touch with Mikey Donuts. I know he used to have a large colony of Pocillipora. He gave me a frag a long time ago. I lost mine. He may still have it.
 

KMP

Wag More; Bark Less
pocillopora.jpg
 

KMP

Wag More; Bark Less
that was courtesy 'google images' - having a coral like that still remains a dream as i gaze upon my sticks :)
 

kevin95695

Member of the Registry
pm replied. Thanks Joe! I think the frag size would be "whatever you can spare".

Keep 'em coming people! We need more!
 

RonMidtownStomp

You can edit this?
I'm slightly confused. Does the speaker want a piece for themselves or is it going to be disected for an anatomy lesson?

Ron
 

dots

Premium Member
Just from casually looking at this, the Poci is a common piece used in coral related studies. I am guessing this person may have a need for specimens for such.

I have seen quite a few in lighting and growth rate studies.
 

Brian Prestwood

Premium Member
Confirmed Pocillopora damicornis

Confirmed Pocillopora damicornis

Hey Kevin

Justin confirmed mine is Pocillopora damicornis.
 

kevin95695

Member of the Registry
Sweet!!! Pocillipora damicornis is on the menu!!! & the more we can get, the better!

To spill the beans: YES! I am working on Eric Borneman for November!
 
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