Testimonials

aiptasia

I am now a believer. I ordered 3 bergia nudibranchs in Oct. They basically disappeared, with no signs of life while the aiptasia multiplied. My tank was overrun with aiptasia, numbering in the several dozens. The anemone were at least 1" tall. About Ch...

Dick Lubinski

Aquacultured Kryptonite Candycane Coral - 3 Heads

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Aquacultured Kryptonite Candycane Coral - 3 Heads

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Our aquacultured kryptonite candycane coral, Caulastrea furcata, will add a blast of yellow-green color to your tank. The coral cluster includes 3 heads. This is easy to keep coral and maintain it's intense color over time. The coral is mounted on a frag tile. 

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 a hardy, peaceful reef inhabitant that has very short sweeper tentacles when extended. It requires low lighting with 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 Diffused

Waterflow:  Moderate

Scientific name: Caulastrea furcata

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Testimonials

Aiptasia Gone Already

The Berghia are pretty amazing. I placed them on a rock with three small aiptasia and watched them for a few minutes. They seemed to happily wander around, and then mostly disappeared into the rock. I left the office for a few hours -- and when I came ...

Greg K. from Pittsburgh, PA

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