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Well, you were very concerned that perhaps I wasn't dealing with an Aiptasia in the first place, but your Berghia are devouring the awful critters, so either this particular sea slug is expanding it's palette (highly unlikely)(lol), or we nailed the ri...

Paul R. from Chicago, IL

Aquacultured Green with Purple Favia Coral t-3-12-d

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Aquacultured Green with Purple Favia Coral t-3-12-d

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This Aquacultured Favia coral has, Green, and Purple  coloring. It is a really nice piece.
Common names for Favia corals are moon coral, green moon coral, brain coral, closed brain coral, and star coral. Favia corals are one of the most prolific coral species in the world. Feeding tentacles emerge at night which will allow you to feed them items like brine shrimp for faster growth.
 
Polyp buds can accure which are a form of asexual reproduction in the home reef aquarium. They typically prefer moderate to bright light but can tolerate much lower lighting conditions. High current will keep them from expanding completely.
 
They are an easier coral to keep which makes the good for the beginner reef aquarist.
 
Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Semi-aggressive

Lighting: Low to Moderate

Waterflow:  Moderate

$29.99 $22.49 Ships within 24 hours.

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Amazing Berghia

I want to express my gratitude. Having tried most methods of Aptasia control (to no avail) the Berghia you have supplied are a god send. Though not immediate, the Berghia love to hunt, snack and wipe out the pesty, nuisance Aptasia. No chemicals, no...

Bret Ebaugh from MSP

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