Testimonials

Remarkable!

Berghia are all here and got acclimated and into the tank seemingly without a hitch. Two began to eat an aiptasia immediately and kids thought it was so cool to see them go from white to brown-tinged as they were eating. Remarkable! Funny story - w...

Angela E. from Oklahoma

Aquacultured  Yellow Polyps Coral t-4-22-i

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Aquacultured Yellow Polyps Coral t-4-22-i

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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 

 

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Testimonials

Feedback on How My Berghia Have Worked Out

I took three and introduced them into a system with a 40g with a 10g refugium. I had aips everywhere and was 'keeping 'em at bay' with kalk paste. After carefully screening all pumps and ph's, I let 'em loose and they gradually *completely* elimin...

Elisabeth

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