Aiptasia All Gone

Your nudibranches did a great job in my infested tank. I had the JBJ cube and all the aiptasia went into the back where the built in overflow was. There were hundreds of them in there. I was afraid to put the nudibranches in there, well they were havin...

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Bright Green Clove Polyps Coral - 8 Polyps+

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Bright Green Clove Polyps Coral - 8 Polyps+

Our cultured pink and green clove polyps, Clavularia sp., are growing on a frag chip. There are 8 or more polyps. This is a fast growing coral that is easy to keep.

Clavularia corals are octocorals that encrust in mats and also send out stolons (runners).  It grows quickly.  Green clove polyps will grow daughter colonies from its stolons.  It's polyps are retracticle, and it has eight feathery tentacles. 

Clove polyps are remarkably tolerant of stings from other corals and are not considered aggressive.  These do not need to be directly fed, as they do not rely on capturing prey.  Instead, they will absorb nutrients like bacterioplankton directly from the water.  They also depend on their zooxanthellae.

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Peaceful

Lighting: Moderate

Waterflow: Moderate

Species Name:  Clavularia sp.

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