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Feedback on How My Berghia Have Worked Out

I bought some about 2 months ago. I rarely see them, but the aip.'s are slowly disappearing. these nudi's are great. When I first got them, they were tiny, now they are about 4 or 5 times the size that they were(I had a lot for them to eat). I love the...

Canesfan44

Green Pipe Organ Coral - 1.25 Inches

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Green Pipe Organ Coral - 1.25 Inches


Our pipe organ coral has green polyps with a red skeleton. It is about 1.25 inches when open. It does best under moderate to higher light and flow. It is mounted on a frag chip.

The Pipe Organ Coral is a soft coral but is often referred to as a hard coral because of its red calcareous skeleton. Common names for the Tubipora musica are organ pipe coral. pipe organ coral, and daisy coral. The pipe organ coral is often confused with the star polyps or clove polyps because of their similar appearance. The pipe organ coral is not an aggressive coral and will not overgrow or sting other corals in your reef tank. It requires a moderate to high light combined with a medium to strong water flow within the reef aquarium. It is fragile and should not be positioned in currents which could displace or damage it. This coral contains a symbiotic algae zooxanthellae that provides the its nutritional and does not require additional feeding.

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy to Moderate

Temperament: Submissive

Lighting: Moderate - High

Waterflow:  Moderarate - High

Scientific name: Tubipora musica 

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Aiptasia Dwindling

I guess it's probably been a month or more since we last corresponded. You had told me to wait several weeks before giving up on my berghia wiping out the Aptasia. It does seem that the Aptasia population is slowly dwindling, but I have yet to l...

Jim

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