Duncan Coral ?

Discussion in 'LPS Corals' started by jyoung28, Sep 12, 2013.

  1. jyoung28

    jyoung28 New Member

    My Duncan's are doing great. They are growing new heads around the ring of their mature heads. However, I notice at the bottom it looks like there are two new sprouts starting. Not sure if the picture shows it well enough but is that in fact what I am seeing. I am a rookie at this but I thought it to be neat if that's what was happening.
     
  2. osprey440

    osprey440 Guest

    Where is the picture?
     
  3. jyoung28

    jyoung28 New Member

  4. jyoung28

    jyoung28 New Member

    I thought it uploaded. Sorry about that.
     
  5. osprey440

    osprey440 Guest

    It looks like a new head to me. Hard to tell. I don't have any experience with these corals. Maybe someone will comment who does.
     
  6. pegasus

    pegasus Well-Known Member

    As you stated, they normally they form in the soft tissue at the base of mature heads. Once they start forming new heads, there's like an explosion of babies! I have seen many new heads form on mine (for quite some time), but I have never seen one form on the hard skeleton. Is the skeleton forked where the new heads are sprouting?
     

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