Spotted one eating

I watched a 3/4" berghia eat a smaller anemone (about the same size as the nudi) last night. It took it about 15 - 20 minutes. This one made it from the island rock (four large anemones) over to the main rock wall. Emerald Mithrax Crab kicked i...


Aquacultured Metallic Green Star Polyps Coral on Rock - 2 Inches

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Aquacultured Metallic Green Star Polyps Coral on Rock - 2 Inches

Our bright metallic green star polyps are a one of the easiest and fastest growing corals to keep. You get at least 2 inches growing on rock. Please note that it may take a few days for this coral to open after shipping. It is a very hardy coral and there should be no concern about them being slow to open.

Briareum corals are gorgonians in the family Briareidae. They are commonly found in many reef zones including lagoons and fore-reef slopes. Although they are tolerant of a variety of lighting conditions, they do best in moderate water flow and moderate to high intensity lighting, like you might find on a reef flat on on an upward back reef slope. You do not need to directly feed star polyps, as they rely on photosynthesis via their zooxanthellae.

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Peaceful

Lighting: Low to High

Waterflow: Moderate to Strong

Scientific name: Briareum sp.

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Good Livestock

Everything arrived ok today. The nudis spawned twice in transit; you guys supply some good livestock. They acclimated ok and i saw one eating already. Thanks a million.

Brad M. from Cali