Testimonials

Berghia Munching Away

I turned on the light in the little tank this morning to find one of the berghia munching on an aiptasia within view! I took this picture with my phone...its not the best quality. But I thought you'd like them and to know that they're workin' hard for ...

Chrissie Stewart from Lubbock, TX

Aquacultured Tyree LE Montipora Undata Coral - 1 Inch

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Aquacultured Tyree LE Montipora Undata Coral - 1 Inch

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This aquacultured Tyree Limited Edition Montipora undata coral has a green skeleton with purple growing edges. Its encrusting form has little mounded formations and its large polyps appear silver. The size is approx. 1.25 inches growing on frag tile. 

Common names for Montipora spp. are velvet coral, velvet finger coral, and velvet branch coral. M. undata coral is a small polyp stony (SPS) coral and is fast growing plating coral that will add diversity to your reef aquarium.  The Montipora undata coral is peaceful and can be placed in close proximity to other similar peaceful corals in the reef aquarium.  .

 

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Moderate

Temperament: Passive

Lighting:  Medium to High

Waterflow:  Moderate to High

 

Species: Montipora undata

$21.99 Ships within 24 hours.

Testimonials

Eating During Acclimation

I got my Anemone and the Berghia today a 11:00 AM. I am very pleased everything looks very healthy. The Berghia are eating an Aptasia right now while they are acclimating. Thank you so much!! I am very happy!! Kyle

Kyle

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