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Bottom Corals

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Plate Coral, Green - Short Tentacle
(Fungia repanda)
Starting at $41.99
…Long Tentacle Plate Coral (Fungia sp.). Even with short tentacles, it can still damage other corals that it comes in contact with. With placement in the aquarium, keep in mind that it will often inflate itself with water and expand to twice its size. It will do best on the bottom of a reef aquarium,…
Haddon's Carpet Anemone, Green
(Stichodactyla haddoni)
Starting at $49.99
…and seek refuge in a place it prefers. This species of Haddon's Carpet Anemone prefers to bury its foot into the sandy bottom, and will oftentimes attach itself to the bottom of the aquarium glass, where its column is completely buried in the sand for protection. When first introducing this anemone…
Haddon's Carpet Anemone, Metallic Green
(Stichodactyla haddoni)
Starting at $129.99
…about and seek refuge in a place it prefers. This species of Carpet Anemone prefers to bury its foot into the sandy bottom, and will oftentimes attach itself to the bottom of the aquarium glass, where its column is completely buried in the sand for protection. When first introducing this anemone…
True Carpet Anemone - Tan
(Stichodactyla gigantea)
Starting at $79.99
…and seek refuge in a place it prefers. This species of Carpet Anemone prefers to bury its foot into the sandy bottom at the base of a rock, and it will oftentimes attach itself to the bottom of the aquarium glass, where its column is completely protected under a rock and in the sand for protection.…
Maxima Clam Colored, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $39.99
…aquarium lighting in a similar manner to newly introduced stony and soft corals. When adapting a new Maxima Clam to very intense lighting, it is ideal to set them on a small rock or in a plastic dish with coarse substrate at the bottom of the aquarium. Over time, the clam can then be slowly moved up…
Mushroom Finger Leather Coral
(Sinularia sp.)
Starting at $54.99
…accomplished by cutting off a portion of the Coral's branches and attaching that piece to live rock or placing it in the sandy bottom of the reef aquarium. It is normally shipped attached to a small piece of live rock or rubble. The Maricultured Corals is mounted to a natural rock like plug that…
Snapping Shrimp (Build Your Own Kit)
(Alpheus sp.)
Starting at $8.75
…predators. The shrimp share its food with the goby. Depending upon the species, Snapping Shrimp may also have symbiotic relationships with sponges, corals, or anemones (e.g.; Bartholomea annulata).It is beneficial to the tank as it churns the sand. It thrives in environments with sand, rock caves,…
Babylon Snail (Build Your Own Kit)
(Babylonia sp.)
Starting at $6
…of meaty foods. It has been reported that these snails prey on gastropods (Snails) but we have not experienced this behavior in our Aquaculture Coral and Aquatic life facility as we maintain them in a variety of aquariums that contain sandy substrate and have never observed this behavior first…
Maxima Clam Blue, Aquacultured
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $39.99
…lighting in a similar manner to newly introduced stony and soft corals. When adapting a new Maxima Clam to very intense lighting, it is ideal to set them on a small rock or in a plastic dish with coarse substrate at the bottom of the aquarium. Over time the clam can then be slowly moved up higher…
Squamosa Clam, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna squamosa)
Starting at $69.99
…lighting in a similar manner to newly introduced stony and soft corals. When adapting a new Squamosa Clam to very intense lighting, it is ideal to set them on a small rock or in a plastic dish with coarse substrate at the bottom of the aquarium. Over time, the clam can then be slowly moved up…
Coral Catfish
(Phetusus angularis)
Starting at $11.99
…brightness of the colors fade.In the wild, the Coral Catfish is found scavenging in the sand, so the aquarium should have a sandy bottom. It will dig in and out of the sand in search of food, so it is ideal to "sink" meaty foods to the tank bottom. The Coral Catfish is thought to go into freshwater…
Wellso Folded Brain Coral
(Trachyphyllia radiata)
Starting at $59.99
…walls with numerous folds. These characteristics originally identified Wellsophyllia corals as separate from Trachyphyllia corals. This distinction is less commonly used now, and the Wellsophyllia Brain Coral is often referred to now as a Trachyphyllia radiata coral.It does best in a well…
Green Carnation Tree Coral
(Neospongodes sp.)
Starting at $59.99
…yellow coloration will become. Take plenty of time to acclimate this coral to intense lighting. When the coral arrives, it will be tan to light yellow in color. Place the coral in the bottom of the aquarium and only move the coral towards the light after it shows full expansion. This process should…
Thick Finger Leather Coral
(Sinularia spp.)
Starting at $49.99
corals in the reef aquarium. Some can produce toxins which are harmful to other reef inhabitants. The more plain Sinularia Leather Corals from Idonesia are easy to maintain in the reef aquarium and make an excellent coral for the beginning through expert reef aquarist. Thin Finger Leather Corals
Yellow Fiji Leather Coral
(Sarcophyton elegans)
Starting at $44.99
The Yellow Fiji Leather Coral may be referred to as the Sarcophyton elegans Coral. It can be found in shades of yellow, and unlike other Sarcophyton corals, it does not grow an extended stalk. Instead, these corals grow close to the rockwork, and will develop beautiful ruffles around the edges.It is…
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