Testimonials

Infestation Eradicated

Though skeptical, I purchased a dozen medium berghia nudibranches for a 300+ Aiptasia epidemic in my 144 gallon Reef tank. Did not notice any action for first few weeks, then population began decreasing and now a month later there isn't a single Aiptas...

F Edward Mouton from Shreveport, LA

Aquacultured Bright Green Galaxea Coral T-3-30-E

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Aquacultured Bright Green Galaxea Coral T-3-30-E

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This aquacultured Galaxea coral has green fuzzy polyps.

The Galaxea Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral and often referred to as the Tooth, Star, Crystal, Starburst, Brittle, or Galaxy Coral.  Galaxea spp. are found in the Indo-Pacific oceans, most especially surrounding Indonesia.
 
In nature, this coral is in slightly protected waters, such as on an upper back-reef slope or on fringing reefs. This means it will thrive in higher lighting and moderate water flow.
 
Quick Care Info

Care Level: Moderate

Temperament: Aggressive

Lighting: Moderate to High

Waterflow:  Moderate

Species Name: Galaxea sp.

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Testimonials

Aiptasia Gone Already

The Berghia are pretty amazing. I placed them on a rock with three small aiptasia and watched them for a few minutes. They seemed to happily wander around, and then mostly disappeared into the rock. I left the office for a few hours -- and when I came ...

Greg K. from Pittsburgh, PA

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