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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

Bright Green and Purple Acan Coral - 12 Heads

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Bright Green and Purple Acan Coral - 12 Heads

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This Australian acan is bright green and purple color. There are 12 or more heads.

In reef aquariums, Acanthastrea Coral are tolerant of diverse conditions and can thrive in strong or subdued lighting and water flow situations. Their coloration variation can be controlled by lighting and water flow.

Acanthastrea Coral will readily accept feedings of minced meaty foods such as shrimp, mysis and squid. Regular feeding of these corals is not required but it will definitely help its growth. Higher levels of magnesium may also help in their growth (1250-1350ppm).

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: semi-aggressive

Lighting:  Low

Waterflow:  Low to Moderate

Scientific name: Acanthastrea lordhowensis

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Great!

The Berghia arrived in great shape, beautiful little critters!! They are now acclimating to their new home in the copepodgeeks lab (bwaahaaahaa)…. Thanks for the excellent communication and service!

Joe from Colorado

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