Testimonials

Aptasia All Gone

Back in July, I added the Berghia, and never saw them again. I assumed that they'd all died or been devoured by my aiptasia. Nope. Less than a week ago, I spotted a half dozen at the front of the tank -- most quite large, 2 mating. I also notice...

David S. from Maryland

Aquacultured  Yellow Polyps Coral t-4-22-i

Click to enlarge

Aquacultured Yellow Polyps Coral t-4-22-i

35

Our yellow polyps are a great addition to any tank. They are easy to keep and grow very fast. The long, feathery polyps move in the flow adding movement to the tank as well. They will grow under almost any light. Great coral for the beginner reef aquarist.

These polyps require low to moderate light level combined with low to medium water movement within the aquarium. This coral will reproduce easily by budding in your reef aquarium which will increase the size of their colony.

Zoanthids have symbiotic algae called zooxanthellae which is hosted within their bodies and this zooxanthellae provides the majority of their nutritional requirements.

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Semi-aggressive

Lighting: Low to Moderate

Waterflow: Low to Moderate

Scientific name: Parazoanthus gracilis 

 

$19.99 Ships within 24 hours.

Testimonials

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

^