Testimonials

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

Aquacultured Birds of Paradise Coral 3-36-C

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Aquacultured Birds of Paradise Coral 3-36-C

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This birdsnest coral is very bright green. It is  mounted on a frag plug. And home growen right here in town. The coral requires higher light and flow.

The Birdnest coral will do best in an established reef aquarium. Aquacultured corals are typically hardier and easier to keep in the home reef aquarium than their wild caught counter-parts. 

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Moderate

Temperament: Semi-aggressive

Lighting: High

Waterflow:  High

 

Scientific name: Seriatopora sp.

 

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Testimonials

Group Swarm

I followed your instructions on introducing an aiptasia to the acclamation container. All I had was a big one so I cut it into thirds. Right now there are three swarms of berghia, and I can?t even see the aiptasia. I waited 2 hours for the acclamation...

Larry

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