Testimonials

Chowing Down

Kevin, They arrived at about 11:00 this morning and I took them home and acclimated them. I put a little aiptasia in the container while they were and they started chowing down, and one laid some eggs. I put them in the tank and they are fine. Thank...

Austin

SU Acan Enchinata Coral - t-2-15-e

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SU Acan Enchinata Coral - t-2-15-e

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This enchinata coral is loaded with color. This will glow under LED lighting.

Acanthastrea sp. are in the family Mussidae and are massive hermatypic (reef-building) corals with heavy tissue. Their walls are usually fused with adjacent corallites. They can be green, brown, maroon, purple, and gray. A. echinata is typically found in shallow water with moderate light and moderate water flow. They do well in captivity, and do not need to be fed.

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Semi-aggressive

Lighting: Moderate

Waterflow:  Moderate

Species: Acanthastrea Enchinata

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Testimonials

Doing Fine

I got them this morning at 11 and acclamated them for 2 hours before putting them into my tank. I just checked on them and saw one eating an aiptasia. They seem to be doing fine. I'll keep you posted as their progress continues. Thanks again! Ricky

Ricky

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