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    Aptasia All Gone

    Back in July, I added the Berghia, and never saw them again. I assumed that they'd all died or been devoured by my aiptasia. Nope. Less than a week ago, I spotted a half dozen at the front of the tank -- most quite large, 2 mating. I also notice...

    David S. from Maryland

    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

    $19.99 Ships within 24 hours.

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      Looking Good - See the Picture!

      Thanks. I took this after a four hour drip acclaimation. Hope the photo is clear. They look happy and ready to eat (they ate two aptasia in the bad during dripping. -kevin

      Kevino

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