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Old 10-17-2008, 02:37 PM   #11
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Do you have a site that list most of the new ORA releaseas? I havn't been able to find much and i would like to see what new stuff they put out
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Old 10-17-2008, 09:48 PM   #12
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I dont think there really is a site, I don't know why they do not update their own website to show all the stuff they have available.
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From an RC post, the Oct. list of ORA corals.

ORA Borealis Acro
Bellina Acro
Red Planet Table
Blue Voodoo Stag -
Plum Crazy
Supernatural Capricornis
Purple Plasma Stag
Oregon Tortuosa
Verde Acropora
Pearlberry
Hawkins Blue Echinata
Phil’s Granulosa-
Orange Capricornis
Purple Capricornis
Spongodes
Bali Slimer
Chips Acropora
Roscoe’s Blue Acropora
Anacropora
Green Damicornis
Pink Damicornis
Pink & Green Damicornis
Green Stylophora
Green Birds Nest
Pink Birds Nest
Hyacinth Birds Nest
Elkhorn Montipora-
German Blue Polyp Digitata-
Orange Digitata-
Neon Green Digitata-
Blue Millepora-
Nathan’s Green Millepora
Australian Delicate-
Miami Orchid-
Indo Purple Tip Stag
Scripps Green Tip Stag-
Stuber Staghorn (Heirloom coral)-
Tri –Color Valida
Marshall Island Yellow Fuzzy
Marshall Island Blue Bottlebrush
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ORA should have that list with a picture next to every coral, on their website.
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Old 10-17-2008, 10:53 PM   #15
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noooo... that would be too logical and be good for business why would they do something silly like that.
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Old 10-18-2008, 09:37 AM   #16
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It would be nice if they did, but they don't sell directly to the public so I don't think it would be any advantage to them. There are enough people willing to put out $80-$90-$100 for small frags as it is. Their stuff is very nice, but IMO & IME you can get corals just as nice from local reefers/local club members for a fraction of the price.
I don't have a coral in my tank that cost me more than $40. The ORA Oregon tort frag I got at a swap cost me $12.50 (frag were 2 for $25). The ORA green millie I got from Sanjay cost me a frag of pink zoa's.
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Yeah i will say that in my limited experience with frag swaps that there were awesome deals for very nice coral. We don't have to much of that going on by where i live though which really stinks.
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I agree that there corals are expensive but I believe they are worth the extra cost. They are several generations out of the ocean and they are very healthy/hardy. I have several ORA corals that I purchased at my LFS. I also have frags of other ORA corals that I picked up by accident in the $9.95 section. I totally agree that supporting frag swaps and local reefers is the best option, but I think any company that aquacultures their corals is a very good 2nd option.
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