Jestersix

JF Dayglo Favia

Solitaryensis

Supporting Member
The piece is the circled one that is spreading onto the
1.5” disk. PPU in Albany.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
 

sfsuphysics

BOD
Staff member
Kind of an aside... but are those two separate color morphs? It looks like they've grown together and you can see some behind the orange lump too, and off on the far right of the photo looks like some going on over there.
 

Solitaryensis

Supporting Member
Kind of an aside... but are those two separate color morphs? It looks like they've grown together and you can see some behind the orange lump too, and off on the far right of the photo looks like some going on over there.
Actually same piece. The dayglo favia is known to graft like this.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
 

sfsuphysics

BOD
Staff member
Wow that is super cool. And if it wasn't for me needing to pay bridge toll (yeah I'm a cheap ass) I'd jump on it :D But I've always been a fan of the more polypy LPS, like favia, acans, micros, etc... and less with plating or tentically LPS
 
Top