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I am Excited!

The berghia rrived wonderful. All three were fine and I was able to hand feed them one small aiptasia each during acclamation. I got to see first hand how they chow down on them. Wonderful stuff. Thanks! Eli

Eli

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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aiptasia

I am now a believer. I ordered 3 bergia nudibranchs in Oct. They basically disappeared, with no signs of life while the aiptasia multiplied. My tank was overrun with aiptasia, numbering in the several dozens. The anemone were at least 1" tall. About Ch...

Dick Lubinski

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