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I Was Skeptical

I purchased 10 berghia nudibranches in early September. Within hours they all disappeared. I didn't see another at all until several weeks later, 1 lone berghia would very rarely pop out of the rocks at night. I pretty much figured the others were d...

Justin S. from USA

Aquacultured Blue Candycane Coral - 3 Heads

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Aquacultured Blue Candycane Coral - 3 Heads

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This aquacultured blue candycane has 3 heads. It is attached to a frag base for easy placement in your tank.

This Candycane coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral that has other common names such as Trumpet, Torch, or Bullseye Coral. The skeleton of this species is branched out of a central base and terminates into a large head that resembles a trumpet.

It is hardy peaceful reef inhabitant that has very short sweeper tentacles when extended.  It requires low lighting or diffused moderate light with low to moderate water movement.

Please see this article for more information about the Faviidae family of corals.

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Peaceful

Lighting: Low to Moderate

Waterflow:  Low to Moderate

$24.99 Ships within 24 hours.

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Demolition Derby

The berghia arrived and all appear to be alive. I decided not to put them in the main tank yet. I put them in a 5 gallon eclipse. I put a little piece of aptasia in the bag and they didn't appear to be taking the bait at first then all of sudden th...

Barb

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