We have plenty of new corals and fish in this week including; Purple Queen Anthias, Royal Granmma, BiColor Blenny, Scooter Blenny, Tailspot Blenny, Ocellaris Clowns, Percula Clowns, Midnight Clowns, Wyoming White Clowns, Black and White Clowns, Vivid Fancy Clowns, Snowflake Clowns, Red Mandrin Goby, Yellow Rose Goby, Longnose Hawkfish, Tiger Jawfish, Dragon Pipefish, Orange Shoulder Tang Adult, Yellow Eye Kole Tang, Yellow Tang, Bluejaw Trigger, Exquisite Fairy Wrasse, Koi wrasse, McCoskeri Fairy Wrasse, Ruby Fin fairy Wrasse, Tri Color Wrasse, Super Agave Zoas, Blood War PE polys, Super Combo Blasto, Acro Mille Cultured, Acro Tenius Cultured, Acro Super Poyp Cultured, Acro Cultured Bali, Acro Super Cultured, Zoas Tonga, Zoa Super Mix. Plus 50 other new frags available.
We have tons of new frags in stock including; Metallic Green Scroll coral, J.Fox Scarlet Stylo, J. Fox Burning Banana, J.Fox Lunar Lepto, J. Fox Grafting Dayglo Favia, J. Fox Hydnopora, WWC Purple Monster Paly, Lava Lepto, Sonic Hedgehog Galaxia, Red Death Palys, Long Polyp Monti, J.Fox Spitfire, Magicians, Viscous Vixen Palys, 50 plus other new frags, Bali Sand Sifting Starfish, Trochus Snails, Mexican Turbo Snails, Red Legged Hermits, Blue Legged Hermits, War Paint Scolymia, TriColored Wellso, Vietiam Mushrooms, Blue Bubble Bounce Rhodactis, Purple Candelabra Gorgonian, Purple Plume Gorgonian, Flat Blade Gorgonian, Orange Spiny Gorgonian, Vietnam Zoas Ultra Grade, SM Elegance Coral Aussi, Orange Lace Coral, Pink Lace Coral, Purple Firefish Goby, Green Mandrin Goby, Bluesided Fairy Wrasse, Spotted Mandrin Goby, Tri Color Anthias, Longfin Fairy Wrasse, Algae Blenny, Blonde Naso Tang, Carpenters Flasher Wrasse, Lubbocks Fairy Wrasse, Leopard Wrasse, Red Eye Solorensis Wrasse, McCoskers Flasher Wrasse, Snowbite Clowns, Green Chromis, Large Blue Hippo Tang, Med Desjarini Red Sea Sailfin tang, Fire Shrimp, Skunk Cleaner Shrimp, Harlequin Shrimp, Aussi Acropora Table, Blastomussa Welso Colonies.
We have some really nice new fish in this week including; Atlantic pygmy Angel, Coral Beauty, Orange Anthias, Bangaii Cardinals, Orchid Dottyback, Royal Gramma, Midas Blenny XL, Vanderbilts, Yellow Watchman, Pipefish Dragonface, Blue Hippo Tangs, Sailfin Tang IndoPacific, SML Yellow Tangs, Christmas Wrasse, Redfin Fairy Wrasse, Solar Fairy, Divided Leopard, Sixline Wrasses, Golden Maxima, Ultra Maxima, Bumblebee Snails, Tiger Trochus, Blue Leg Hermits, White Trochus, Cleaner Shrimp, Ruby Red Scooter Blenny, Emerald Crabs, African Cleaner Wrasse. Purple Yuma, Zoa Garden Mixed Rock, Mixed Mushroom Rocks, White Bubble Coral.
Corals in this week include; Acropora Frags Aussi, Quadricolor Bubbletip Anemones, Acropora colonies Aussi, Discosoma Mushrooms, Gonioporas, Sp Palithoa, Fungia Plate Corals, Aussi Blasto Frags. Fish include; Orange Anthias, Purple Queen Anthias, Royal Gramma, Green Mandrin, Blue Hippos, Desjardins Sailfin Tang, Orange Shoulder Tang, Powder Blue Tang, Dot-Dash Flasher Wrasse, Longfin Fairy Wrasse, Solar Fairy Wrasse, LT Green with pink Amenone, Bumblebee Snails, Peppermint Shrimp, Giant Rhodactus Mushrooms, Spotted Mushrooms, Supernova Palys, Sunshine Zoas. Odds and ends that are new in the shop, Chaetomorpha, Coral Feeder Tubes, Handy Grip Tongs, Reef Roids, Polyp Labs Polyp Booster, Reef Nutrition Real Oceanic Eggs, Roti-Feast.
New Coral and Fish at Coral Connection Sarasota. Fish Include Orange Anthias, Royal Gramma, Bi Color Blenny, Flame Tail Bleny, Copperband Butterfly, XL Green Mandrin, Randalls Goby, Spotted Mandrin Lg, Hi Fin Goby, Black , Green and Yellow Clown Goby, Blue Hippo tang, Sailfin Tang, Green Coris Wrasse, Yellow Coris Wrasse, Hawaii Eight Line Wrasse, Fairy Solor Wrasse, Coral Banded Shrimp, Astrea Snails, Nassarius Snails, Tiger Trochus Snails, Double Starfish, Lord Acan Frag, Tonga Mushroom Frags, Red Marbled Bowerbanki, Green Hairy Mushrooms, MultiColored Mushrooms, Orange Crush Zoas.
Corals Include; Pentagona Favites, Cyphastrea SP, Echinophora SP, Platygyra SP, Leptastrea Sp, Acan Echinata, Rainbow Acan Frags, Lord Acan Frags, Duncan Frags, Big SP Sea Fans, Florida Ricordea, Goniopora, Dendronephthya Carnation,
Mushroom Rocks, Candy Cane Trumpet Corals, Flower Rock Anemones, Acan Rotundoflora, Scolymia Brain, Wellso BrainsFavia Brain, Pectina Spiny Cup, Acropora Aussi, Orange Bee Sponge, Blue Sponge, Coco worms.
We have some crazy new frags as well as large pieces in stock including, Acropora Frags, Orange Head Touch Coral, Colored Torch Coral, Colored Zoas, Colt Coral, Alveopora Spongiosa, Green and Yellow Aussi Goni, Rainbow Goni Frags Aussi, Toxic Green Trumpets, Yellow Polys, Orange Silk Coral, Spiny Cup Pectina, Large Aussi Acros, Blue, Blue Puprle and Blue Green, Amazing Chalice Frags from Aussi, Special Metallic Favia (Incredible), Red andWhite Coco Worms, Bumblebee Snails, Rainbow Fire Urchin, Fire Shrimp, Green Chromis, Lubbocks Fairy Wrasse, Mandrin Goby, Firefish Goby, Banded Pipefish, Banana Fish, Cown Fish.
We have a great many new corals in stock. As well we have a shipment of 4,000 crabs to help clean your reef, and coming in today fresh Tisbee Pods and Phycopure.
We will be having our Customer Appreciation Sale through the weekend. Buy Two Corals and Get a Third Coral FREE. (third coral is equal to or lessor value to the least price coral).
New Corals in stock Include; Ultra Lord Acan, Blue Tonga Mushrooms, Sweet and Sour Aussi Goniapora Frags, Golden Sky Chalice Frag, Red lorad Acan, Red, Blue and Green War Coral, Purple Rhodi Mushrooms, Rainbow Trach Brain, Toxic Neon Frogspawn, Dragon Pipefish, Aussi Super Purple Acro LRG, Oulophyllia Crispa Brain, Orange Wall Hammer, Show Bubble Coral, Tourch Coral, Pagoda Cups, LT Plate Coral, Silk Coral, Flower Pot Corals, Pearl Bubble, Cloves Palm Tree Type, Alveopora, Yellow Polyps, Elegance Coral, Symphyllia Closed Brains, Lobophyllia Rainbow Brain, Red Trachyphyllia Brain, Red Wellso Brain, Maricultured Montipora, Cocoworms, Frags include, Lord Acan, Chalice Coral, Favia Brain, Platygyra Brain, Alveopora, Duncans, Orange Frogspwan, Sun Coral, Cultured Maze Brain, Red Mushrooms, Blue Mushrooms, Cleaner Shrimp, Sand Starfish, Bumblebee Snails.
We have some really nice new corals and fish in today. Corals include; Aussi Orange/Gold Torch, Ultra Leptastrea Frags, Toxic Green Aussi Frogspawn, Orange Eye Cultured Chalice, Aussi Striped Trachy, Neon Eye HoneyComb Brain, Mixed Tunicates, Ultra Honeycomb Brain, Large Super Scoly, Aussi Blue Acropora, Orange Sponge, Red marbled Starfish. Fish Include; African Female Orange Anthia, Ruby Red Dragonette, Blue Hippo Tang, Sailfin TAng.
James Coral Connection Sarasota
We have some really nice new fish including; Flame Angel (Fiji), Lyretail Male Anthias, Tank Raised Blue Hippo Tangs (SML), Royal Gramma, Blue Eyed Cardinals, Tank Raised True Perculas, Arc Eye hawkfish, Yellow Eye Kole Tang, Red Sea Purple Tang, Dot Dash Flasher Wrasse, Lubbocks Fairy Wrasse, Lubbocks Black Bar Fairy Wrasse, Red Fin Fairy Wrasse, Leopard Wrasse, Sixline Wrasse. Channel Brain, Two Beautiful Acros, Bonsai and Purple with Blue tip, Orange Torch Coral.
We also have coming in Thursday, Skunk Cleaners, Coral Banded Shrimp, Fromia Starfish, Sand Sifting Starfish, Peppermint Shrimp and Blue Leg Hermits. As always we are having a SALE on the Blue Legs. 50 blue leg hermits $30.00 while supplies last.
Algae Gen Phycopure , Tisbee Pods and Coral Smoothy are all coming in Thursday as well.
James Coral Connection Sarasota
Insane Metallic Red and Metallic Yellow Wellso Brain, Metallic Toxic Yellow Wellso Brain, Gold Aussi Branching Hammers, Yellow Green Fuzy Lobo, Metallic Green Cloves, Colored Zoas, Bright Metallic Orange Frogspawn, Green Candy Canes Colony LRG, LRG Blue Berry Seafan, LRG Metallic Green Duncan Colonies, Blue Mushrooms, Fox Coral, Orange Silk Coral, Red and White Carnation, Alveopora, Green and White Cat Eye Bubble Coral, Pearl Bubble Coral, Quadricolor Bubbletips, Heteractis Crispa Flat Anemone, Red Fromia Marble Star, Feather Dusters, Trochus Snails, Coral Beauty, Cardinal PJS, Yellow Flanked Fairy Wrasse, Diamond Goby, Randalli Female Anthias, Alleni Neon Damsels, Yellow Hawaiian Tang, TR Ocellaris Clowns, Black Ocellaris Clowns, Pacific Sailfin Tang XL, Lubbocks Fairy Wrasse. XLG Skunk Cleaner Shrimp, Fire Shrimp.
Come In and Check Them all out, James Coral Connection Sarasota
We have lots of new fish, Corals, Crabs, Snails, Tisbee Pods, Phycopure, Zoanthelia, and Live Rock in today. Fish include Black and Yellow Angel, Ebli Angel, Half Black Angel, Bi-Color Angel, Powder BLue Tangs, Powder Brown Tang, Spotted Rabbitfish, Flame Angel, Lemarks Angel, Lattice Butterflies, Copperbanded Butterfly, Bali Tiger Jawfish, Blue Spot Jawfish, Purple Tile Fish, Lubocks Wrasse, Greenfin Wrasse, Solarensisi Wrasse, Blue Eye Cardinals, Yellow Wrasse, Green Wrasse, Purple Firefish, Red firefish Goby, BloodShrimp, Cleaner Shrimp, Trochus snails, Red Hermits, Blue Hermits, Emerald Crabs, Peppermint Shrimp, Astrea Snails.
Corals Include; Plerogyra Bubble Coral, Wall Frogspawn, Rainbow Wall Hammer, Cynarina Brain, Orange Torch Coral, Wellso Red Brain, Six Colored Chalice, Acan Maxima, Ball Goniopora, Daisy Flowerpot, Platygyra Maze Brain, Sea Fan, Clove Polyps Palm Trees, Acan Frags, Bowerbanki Acan, Helichondria Blue Sponge, Devils Hand Leather, Sarcophyton Toadstool Leather, Yellow Polyps, Carnation Coral, Blue mushroom, Red Mushroom, Sinularia Finger Coral, Green Star polyp, Colt Coral, Actinodiscus Mushroom, Rhodactis Lampung Mushroom, Pig Tail Gorgonian Green, Red and Bubblegum.
Come Check Them all out,
New Oceans Reefs & Aquariums order in today. Includes Black Ocellaris Clownfish, Picasso Clownfish, Pink Skunk Clownfish, Ultra Maxima Clams in Geen and Black and Blue and Black, Micronesian Purple and Green Yuma Recordea, Marshall Island Blue Bottlebrush Acropora, Marshall Island Lantana, Hawkins Blue Echinata, Blue Millepora, ORA Red Goniopora, Plum Crazy Acro, Shortcake Acro. All corals can be looked up at www.ORAfarms.com.
Come Check them out,
Coral Connection Sarasota
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