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Disappearing

I have started to notice what I think are Berghi eggs. They look like a little whit string laid in a circle. My eight berghia are doing well. I can see size growth in almost all of them, and the aiptasia are already noticeably disappearing. Thanks,

Jason

Aquacultured Purple People Eaters Paly Coral (3 Polyps) t-2-10

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Aquacultured Purple People Eaters Paly Coral (3 Polyps) t-2-10


These bright green and purple palys, called Purple People Eaters, are one of the most desired paly. These are the real deal including the green mouth. There are 3 palys attached to a frag chip.

They are very easy to maintain in the reef aquarium which make them great for the begginning reef aquarist. Their polyps have the ability to sting other animals and are semi-aggressive and should be given space between their colony and any neighbors. They also grow rapidly and will crowd out other less aggressive corals. They reproduce easily by budding, (splitting off a portion of their base or mouth), which will increase the size of their colony in your reef aquarium. 

The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within their bodies provides the majority of their nutritional requirements through photosynthesis.

 

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Easy

Temperament: Semi-aggressive

Lighting: Moderate

Waterflow:  Moderate

 

 

 

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Testimonials

My Little Friends

The little Berghia came the other day. I put them on the live rock to stay. They have gone and hidden themselves away. But I hope they are having fun sending aiptasia to heck everyday! I saw 2 last night moving about and can see 1 this morning. ...

Jeffery S. from New Hampshire

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