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    Sorry if this isn't the right section but my and my step dad are making a marine tank mainly for the live coral not so much for the fish. Now i was wondering if people could point me to the best place for corals in the UK, also is wise to get corals from abroad?

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    Sorry if this isn't the right section but my and my step dad are making a marine tank mainly for the live coral not so much for the fish. Now i was wondering if people could point me to the best place for corals in the UK, also is wise to get corals from abroad?
    I have purchased Coral frags from www.reefworks.co.uk and www.mailordercorals.com. Both were great sites with good frags. Shipping cost is cheaper on the former site, whilst the latter has a lot more variety (at the time of writing 59 vs 14 LPS frags.

    Another plus for mailordercorals.com is that the pictures you see are of the actual corals you'll receive, or alternatively they will show a picture of the colony and the frag you'll receive will be cut from that colony.


    27 Gallon planted: Super Dragon Betta, Neon Tetras, Honey Gourami, Rummy Nose Tetra, Checker barbs, Bolivian Ram, Otocinclus, Amano shrimp, Assassin snails.

    75 Gallon Reef: Ocellaris Clownfish pair, Firefish, Royal Gramma, Bangaii Cardinal, Midas Blenny, Coral Beauty Angelfish, Cleaner Shrimp, 18+ crabs and snails

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