Aiptasia Done Yesterday

I just want to report that the last of Aiptasia disappeared yesterday. Thank you so much for your help, we were a bit worried at first but one by one the Aips were missing from the tank. The last to go was the first we had spotted months ago (in the ...

Reynold H from Silver Spring, MD

Aquacultured Bright Green Star Polyps Coral t-3

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Aquacultured Bright Green Star Polyps Coral t-3

This aquacultured bright green star polyps are easy to keep and grow quickly. You get a 1.to 1.5 inch frag chip partially encrusting with star polyps. Please note that star polyps may take several days to open after shipping.










This coral is commonly found in many reef zones including lagoons and fore-reef slopes.  Although they are tolerant of a variety of lighting conditions, they do best in moderate water flow and moderate to high intensity lighting, like you might find on a reef flat on on an upward back reef slope.




Star polyps are hardy and fast growing. Give them plenty of space in your aquarium. You should blow sediment from its mat periodically to keep it free from algal accumulation.  You do not need to directly feed star polyps as they rely on their zooxanthellae quite a bit.


Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Peaceful

Lighting: Low to High

Waterflow: Low to Strong


Scientific name: Briareum sp.

$29.99 $22.49 Ships within 24 hours.


Hail to the Berghia

Berghia all doing well. Thanks for all your help. Looking forward to disappearing Aptasia. Hail to the Berghia!

Bertrand P. from Vancouver, BC