Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 12, 2009
Reef Hot Spot is proud to release five new Limited Edition Chalice corals. The online retailer, which also has a brick-and-mortar saltwater fish store in Los Angeles, wants to add to their growing collection of unique live coral frags that are perfect for the reef aquarium hobbyist. Coral frags are starter pieces of live coral that give many hobbyists the opportunity to buy small pieces of extremely rare corals or to acquire corals that have more intricate patterns and uncommon colors.
The following Limited Edition Chalice corals are now available from Reef Hot Spot:
The Paranoid Android RHS LE Chalice Coral is characterized by a blue body with bright green eyes. This chalice coral is a personal favorite of the Reef Hot Spot team, and a bit of a surprise. It was plucked from a very large load of Indonesian corals and the blue body has colored up beautifully in the live coral system. Each frag shipped contains at least one eye and is between 3/4-inch and one inch in size. For more information about this new collection of live coral, visit http://www.reefhotspot.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=4699.
With yellow eyes in bright green striping, the RHS LE Calypso Lemonade Chalice Coral is one of the more ornate chalice corals in Reef Hot Spot's live coral inventory. This piece was sourced from a Malaysian coral export that arrived at the Los Angeles facility about nine months ago. It is a fast grower and a unique addition to any chalice collection. The green highlights and striping have really started to peak in the last two months of cultivation. For more information, visit http://www.reefhotspot.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=4698.
The RHS LE Pink Nova Watermelon Chalice Coral is characterized by neon green eyes with hot pink highlights that streak across the coral. The Pink Nova Watermelon was sourced from an exporter about nine months ago and has been growing steadily in the Reef Hot Spot system. This is the original fragging and each frag shipped will contain at least one eye but most have two or more. For additional information about this is very special new line of live coral, visit http://www.reefhotspot.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=4700.
RHS LE Chalice Coral, also known as "The Hills Have Eyes," is characterized by large bulging green eyes with a blue body. This piece was scooped up right out of the box during a visit to a local importer. It has been a fast grower and the team at Reef Hot Spot has yet to see another like it. Each piece shipped will contain at least one eye and be 3/4-inch and one inch in size. For more information, visit http://www.reefhotspot.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=4697.
RHS LE Chalice Coral, also known as "The Krugerrand," is the favorite coral that Reef Hot Spot has ever come across. This live coral is characterized by a golden body with golden eyes and sporadic and random neon green stripes and dots. The corals have a sheen that is very similar to polished gold bullion that shimmers at different angles. The current price is an introductory price because they are sure to go up in value over time. For more information about this rare live coral, visit http://www.reefhotspot.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=4735.
For more information about Reef Hot Spot's saltwater fish store in Los Angeles and to view their extensive online collection of live coral and saltwater fish, visit http://www.reefhotspot.com.
About Reef Hot Spot:
Reef Hot Spot is a leading source of exotic saltwater fish, rare live coral and saltwater invertebrates for home reef aquariums. At their online saltwater fish store, customers can buy saltwater fish and live coral shipped via FedEx Priority Overnight for delivery to anywhere in the United States. Reef Hot Spot has discounted saltwater fish, as well as rare and exotic types of saltwater fish and invertebrates for the reef aquarium.
Reef Hot Spot's saltwater fish store in Los Angeles also provides an exotic selection of saltwater fish, live coral and reef aquarium animals at discounted prices. They have more than 12,000 gallons of reef aquariums and saltwater fish holding tanks. There are hundreds of corals, Acropora frags, Zoanthid frags and saltwater fish in stock.