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Thanks for great customers service!

They arrived alive and well! I was able to razor off one aptasia (sp?) to put in the water for them (while they were acclimating). One went right up to it to eat. I just couldn't snip any others as they are all on the rocks (not glass) and they retr...

Mary

Green Snake Polyps Corals - 2 to 3 polyps

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Green Snake Polyps Corals - 2 to 3 polyps

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Snake Polyp corals have a long tube with a large budding feather like polyp at the end. This live coral has the appearance of snakes, hence the name. There are at least 2 to 3 coral polyps mounted on a base. These corals require a medium to high light and medium flow. They typically open the feather-like feeding head at night. They will reproduce in the home aquarium. This unique coral is in the zoanthus family.
 

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Passive

Lighting:  Medium to High

Waterflow:   Moderate

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Huge Berghia

Thanks again. The Berghia arrived safely and look huge! Till next time.

Christine H. from Arizona

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