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Thanks

Got my little guys. They've been in my tank for about an hour now. Two disappeared and one is just hanging out. He's near an aiptasia but hasn't started dining yet. The coral is doing well too. Thanks again for all the help!

Becky B. from Oregon

Aquacultured Lizard Scale Chalice Coral - T-4-10-d

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Aquacultured Lizard Scale Chalice Coral - T-4-10-d

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This aquacultured Lizard Scale chalice is purple with green accents. This piece is .1 inch and on a frag plug.

Echinophyllia sp. will form plates and folds with heavy tissue. Chalice corals are typically very colorful. The edges and may become ridged with corallite bumps.  Echinophyllia corals are slow growing.  Chalice corals in general like moderate to higher lighting and moderate to higher flow. 

Echinophyllia corals should be kept with space between them and other corals in your aquarium.  Although they do not need to be directly fed, they feed at night and will have transparent feeding tentacles.

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Moderate

Temperament: Semi-aggressive

Lighting: Moderate

Waterflow:  Moderate

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Testimonials

Visibly Clean

Hi all, A while back I got some nudis from you and pop them into the tank that looked like I was growing Aiptasia. Now the tank is visible clean, and I saw one of the little nudi's the other day. First time I have seen one. Very happy! Regards,

Linda

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