To make a healthy juvenile coral, first we cut a little fragment of ‘corals of opportunity’ (corals broken off naturally eg by storms) and attach this on a cement plug we prepared on land. The plug is placed on a coral table on the sea floor where we keep it and clean it for 3-10 months to come. After that period we can transplant the plug to its natural environment.
FROM CORAL FRAGMENT TO CORAL REEF
THE MOTHER CORAL
We cut a small fragment of the coral pieces that we find on the reefs, that are broken off by waves, storms, etc.
THE Juvenile CORAL
The fragment is placed and glued on a small cement disk.
THE juvenile CORALS
The disks with the juvenile corals are placed on coral tables where we clean them on a regular basis and protect them from predators. It takes them 3-10 months to grow sufficiently before they are transplanted.
The juvenile corals are transplanted on existing substrate on the ocean floor that has lost its coral or on artificial substrate like Reef Balls and limestone we sunk.
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