Testimonials

I Was Skeptical

I purchased 10 berghia nudibranches in early September. Within hours they all disappeared. I didn't see another at all until several weeks later, 1 lone berghia would very rarely pop out of the rocks at night. I pretty much figured the others were d...

Justin S. from USA

Aquacultured Bright 3G Mummy Eye Chalice Coral - 3-17-j

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Aquacultured Bright 3G Mummy Eye Chalice Coral - 3-17-j

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This collector quality aquacultured 3G Mummy Eye chalice is very nice. It has 4 eyes and is .75 inches. It's encrusting on a frag plug. This is a very fast growing morph.

Echinophyllia sp. will form plates and folds with heavy tissue. Chalice corals are typically very colorful. The edges and may become ridged with corallite bumps.  Echinophyllia corals are slow growing.  Chalice corals in general like moderate to higher lighting and moderate to higher flow. 

Echinophyllia corals should be kept with space between them and other corals in your aquarium.  Although they do not need to be directly fed, they feed at night and will have transparent feeding tentacles.

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Moderate

Temperament: Semi-aggressive

Lighting: Low to Moderate

Waterflow:  Moderate

 

$69.99 $41.99 Ships within 24 hours.


Testimonials

Berghia arrived safe and sound

The berghia and corals arrived safe and sound, right on time. Berghia were active in bag and while acclimating. The ONLY thing I had trouble with was that they wanted to stick to the inside of the pipet and I was afraid I jostled them too much getting ...

Stacye Richey from New Albany, MS

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