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New Releases and WYSIWYG Update! WWC Rainbow Blasto, Sick Gonioporas, LC Circuit Breaker Cyphastrea, and More!

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Legendary Corals
Hello there Legendary Reefers!
 
We're back at it with a fresh WYSIWYG update! This update is for those looking for any rare corals, especially LPS pieces. WWC Rainbow Blastomussa, LC Circuit Breaker Cyphastrea, a new rare Convict Chalice, and a few other pieces. We are finally opening up slots for frags of a gorgeous pink Goniopora (seen below)! Our LC Stained Glass Favia is also available once again, with extremely limited amount of frags being offered.
 
Swing on by the website to see the rest of the update, and we look forward to sending you your next box of Legendary Corals.

 

https://www.legendary-corals.com/new-arrivals

 

We're really excited to have this gorgeous Goniopora be a part of the farm. With vivid pink tantacles, yellow center, and a sky blue base, this is going to be one of the hottest pieces we'll have to offer. This beauty has been with us for many months now and is frags are finally ready to be made for their new homes. Extremely limited in quantity!

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An incredibly beautiful unique rainbow tipped colored Long-Tentacled Goniopora. If you're a fan of Gonioporas, this is definitely a piece to pick up. There's a myriad of different metallic colors on each of the tips of this Goniopora. This is our only frag available!

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These clove polyps are one of the brightest clove polyps we've run into. Their entire body is a fluorescent green color with only the tips a slight yellow/ orange hue. We've been searching for this strain of Clove Polyps for a very long time, and are glad to finally have them in our farm!

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UCC Rainbow Dreams Goniopora is one of the nicest gonoporas we have. Simply just bursting with colors! This piece was acquired from our friends at Unlimited Color Corals a few years back, and has grown into one of our favorite pieces in the whole farm. This short-polyped variant of Goniopora encrusts over substrate just like a Cyphastrea or Leptastrea would.

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LC Rainbow Boom Goniopora: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet. Literally every color under the rainbow, this goniopora has it!  This short-polyped variant of Goniopora encrusts over substrate just like a Cyphastrea or Leptastrea would. 

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A new and unique zoanthid morph with a gorgeous spackling pattern, LC Dystopia Zoanthids are a bit on the smaller side when it comes to polyp size. But what they lack in size they make up for in rare color patterns. A soft yellow/golden body contrasted by a pink/magenta center, coupled with black striations and bright emerald tips, this zoanthid has become one of our new favorites. If you're looking for something more unique, then these polyps might be for you.

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LC Overdrive Chalice belongs to the family of rare "Convict Chalices," known for their unique pinstripe pattern found throughout the body. Our LC Overdrive Chalice has a rare orange pinstripe coloration not found in many chalices, with a yellow/golden body as the base. Sky blue colors can be found around the eyes, with larger splashes found on more developed and older parts of the chalice. This is a unique and rare find that collectors will be sure to enjoy.

 

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Our most sought after Favia piece, LC Stained Glass Favia is a coral with a myriad of colors. Just as the name suggests, the body of this gorgeous coral is a soft blue reminiscent of light peering through a glass window, with the rainbow coloration around it being the "stained glass."
 
This coral is usually only offered once a year, so if this coral catches your eye and is available be sure to jump on it! Freshly made frags may not always have the rainbow coloration at first, but overtime the growth will show the sought after "Stained Glass" coloration.

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Oh boy... is Yellow Submarine Favia one phenomenal coral. Golden yellow body with deep navy blue and teal polyps. An intense crimson red develops on the body over time, and sometimes inbetween the polyps. The polyps on this strain get rather large compared to other favias.

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One of the most sought after Blastomussas of all time, WWC OG Rainbow Blastomussa is one of the first rainbow variants to be successfully aquacultured by hobbyist. Although it is a Wellsi, the growth rate on this coral is luckily not as slow as other Wellsi morphs. The coloration on WWC OG Rainbow Blastomussa starts off as a bright red/ orange, and gains yellow/green streaks around the body, leaving a bright magenta colored center around the mouth. 

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Blue Hornet Zoanthids are part of the infamous "Hornet" zoanthids family, known for the ring pattern on the body with alternating golden lashes, similar to the black and yellow banding on an actual hornet insect. Has a deep blue navy body with a white mouth.

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LC Circuit Breaker Cyphastrea: 
Originally, we noticed a small speck of green on one of our neon orange Cyphastreas. We're talking about the size of detritus, so small we even turkey basted it to make sure our eyes weren't deceiving us. Seeing how only this one Cyphastrea carried this green speck among many others, we kept this piece as a small growing project. A few months pass by, and the green is still a tiny speck. We thought that the green needed room to grow, so the Cyphastrea was fragged where the green speck would be a part of the new growth. We risked completely losing the green speck to the bandsaw, but if the green didn't grow then there was no point in keeping it. Luckily, our steady hands prevailed and the green began to grow out as a thin streak! The fragging process was repeated, allowing the green to grow more until finally after many years that one small speck turned into a handsome green slice.
 
We're so glad we took the chance to grow and isolate such a uniquely colored specimen right in our tank. Sometimes experimenting and taking a chance leads to some amazing things, such as this Cyphastrea.

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LC Demon Skaters Zoanthids: An incredibly bright metallic red speckling contrasted with a black undertoned body. This zoanthid morph is very similar to the infamous WWC Illuminati Zoanthids, but sports a blue/ purple mouth instead of a green one. This Zoanthid will look incredibly stunning as a colony!

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Gonzo's Golden Dragon Rhodactus: Phenomenal little mushroom. Bright golden-yellow nodules with a hot pink skirt. Over time, it can develop small bubbles similar to a bounce mushroom, but it's not a key featuristic. Unlike discosoma species, this mushroom propogates by dividing itself in half. Usually doesn't grow much more than an inch before splitting.

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LC Hateraid Chalice: Another wicked piece for the chalice collectors! Check out that dual contrast of colors along with those insanely bright orange eyes! The feeders on this piece are a pink-red tone, making feeding this coral extremely fun to watch.

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A beautiful and rare Asian Lordhowensis, this piece is a huge polyp with gorgeous white bandings on a peppermint like body.

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Cheers,

Darwin

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