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Looking Good!

In the photo's upper left is the pocillapora. The clam and the leather are in the sand. All are looking just great after only a few days in my tank. I spotted one of the bergia eating a medium anemone last night. Thanks

Mike S. from Ohio

Orange and Blue Belize Ricordea  Coral - 1 Polyp

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Orange and Blue Belize Ricordea Coral - 1 Polyp

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This bright orange and blue Ricordea is from Belize. The size is over an inch and mounted on a frag chip for easy placement.

Ricordea sp. is a type of mushroom coral of moderate size. It can be identified by the fact that it has contrasting raised dots across its surface. The colors can range from orange, blue, brown, green, or purple, and be quite vibrant. These come from Caribbean waters.

Ricordea corals require low to moderate light levels. Place Ricordea florida in low water current for best expansion.  

Ricordea are photosynthetic and survive fine with no feeding.

 

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Semi-aggressive

Lighting:  Low to Moderate

Waterflow:  Low to Medium

Scientific name: Ricordea florida

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Reference If You Need One...

Everything is acclimated and in the main tank. The berghia knocked back two aptasia while in the drip tank. I look forward to ordering in the future (for my customers) and feel free to use me as a reference if the need ever arrises. Brian

Brian

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