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Bigger Berghia

I saw one of the berghia today. It came out, ate an aiptasia and went back into the hole bigger than it was when it came out, am I seeing things?

Pam

Aquacultured Fluorescent Green Hydnophora Coral t-2-27-h

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Aquacultured Fluorescent Green Hydnophora Coral t-2-27-h

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This aquacultured green hydnophora coral is encrusting on a frag tile.

The Hydnophora Coral is a SPS coral often referred to as Knob, Velvet Horn, or Branch Coral. The hydnophora has sweeper tentacles at night so provide room between this and other corals.

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Moderate

Temperament: semi-agressive

Lighting: High

Waterflow:  Moderate

Scientific name: Hydnophora sp.

 

 

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Aiptasia Gone Already

The Berghia are pretty amazing. I placed them on a rock with three small aiptasia and watched them for a few minutes. They seemed to happily wander around, and then mostly disappeared into the rock. I left the office for a few hours -- and when I came ...

Greg K. from Pittsburgh, PA

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