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    Annilhation!

    Hi, Just wanted to let you know that we just witnessed an aiptasia annilhation. One berghia tried to go it alone and was unsuccessful so it went to get another one, and they attacked and quickly destroyed the aiptasia. It was very exciting. Thanks ...

    Eric and Christine

    Aquacultured  Favia Coral 13 Heads

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    Aquacultured Favia Coral 13 Heads

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    This Aquacultured Favia coral has, Green, and Purple  coloring. It is a really nice piece. This is a hard to find favia. It has 13 heads.
     
    Common names for Favia corals are moon coral, green moon coral, brain coral, closed brain coral, and star coral. Favia corals are one of the most prolific coral species in the world. Feeding tentacles emerge at night which will allow you to feed them items like brine shrimp for faster growth.
     
    Polyp buds can accure which are a form of asexual reproduction in the home reef aquarium. They typically prefer moderate to bright light but can tolerate much lower lighting conditions. High current will keep them from expanding completely.
     
    They are an easier coral to keep which makes the good for the beginner reef aquarist.
     
    Quick Care Info

    Care Level: Easy

    Temperament: Semi-aggressive

    Lighting: Low to Moderate

    Waterflow:  Moderate

    $39.99 Ships within 24 hours.

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      The More the Merrier

      Dear Kevin and Lisa, The Berghia arrived safely and appear to be doing fine. This turns out to be a bit of an amusing story, however. We had a well established Berghia population in our tanks when we moved in January 2004. The Aptasia took so long t...

      Merrick

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