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Elephant Nose
(Gnathonemus petersii)
Starting at $17.99
The Elephant Nose is an interesting fish that originates from the Niger River and its tributaries in Western Africa. Its body is mostly black and is irregularly shaped with a long narrow tail and what looks to be its nose however this is actually an extension of the fish's mouth. The Elephant nose…
Green Pachyseris Coral - Aquacultured
(Pachyseris rugosa)
Starting at $29.99
The Green Pachyseris Coral is also known as the Elephant Skin Coral, Corduroy Coral and Castle Coral. Unlike most small polyp stony (SPS) corals, this coral does not have any visible polyps or tentacles. This coral develops many ridges and valleys that run parallel to the growing edge of the coral,…
Giant Cup Mushroom
(Amplexidiscus spp.)
Starting at $59.99
The Giant Cup Mushroom is also known as the Giant Disc Anemone, Giant Mushroom Anemone, or Giant Flower Coral, and sometimes the Large Elephant Ear. These corals are typically green in color, but can also have shades of tan and brown, depending on the lighting conditions. The Giant Cup Mushroom…
Elephant Ear Mushroom
(Rhodactis mussoides)
Starting at $39.99
The Rhodactis mussoides Elephant Ear Mushroom is a member of the order Corallimorpharia (Stephenson, 1937). It is usually brown or green, with a large wavy surface, a leathery texture, and multiple mouths. It can reach 10 or more inches in diameter.It is very easy to maintain in the reef aquarium…
Pachyseris Coral
(Pachyseris sp.)
Starting at $44.99
The Pachyseris Coral is also known as the Elephant Skin Coral, Corduroy Coral and Castle Coral. Unlike most small polyp stony (SPS) corals, this coral does not have any visible polyps or tentacles. This coral develops many ridges and valleys that run parallel to the growing edge of the coral, giving…
Green Eyed Cup Coral
(Mycedium sp.)
Starting at $49.99
…coral, and is often referred to as the Green Eyed Cup, Plate, or Peacock Coral. The most commonly imported species is Mycedium elephantotus, dubbed "Elephant Nose," from the Fiji Islands. A blue to green base color with bright green polyps is the standard color variety available. Occasionally, other…
Black Magic Taro
(Colocasia esculent 'Black Magic')
Starting at $8.49
Black Magic Taro, also known as Elephant Ears, has burgundy stems and charcoal black leaves. The leaves themselves are arrow to heart shaped and resemble the ears of an elephant. The leaves grow up to 3 feet in length, while the plant may grow 2 to 4 feet tall and should be kept in 1 to 6 inches of…
Violet-Stemmed Taro
(Colocasia esculent 'Fontanesia')
Starting at $8.49
Violet-Stemmed Taro, also known as Elephant Ears, has very dark purple stems that contrast with their large, green leaves. The leaves themselves are arrow to heart shaped and resemble the ears of an elephant. The leaves grow up to 3 feet in length, while the plant may grow 2 to 4 feet tall and…
Raspberry Eye Robokaki Coral, Aquacultured
(Mycedium robokaki)
Starting at $41.99
The Raspberry Eye Robokaki Coral is a beautiful berry-colored chalice coral sure to make an attractive addition for any reefer - beginner or collector! Propagated here at our LiveAquaria® Coral Farm & Aquatic Life Facility, the Aquacultured Raspberry Eye Robokaki Coral sports a blueish body color…
Bullseye Rhodactis Mushroom
(Rhodactis inchoata)
Starting at $39.99
The Rhodactis Bullseye Rhodactis Mushroom is also known as the Tonga Blue Mushroom. Less commonly, it is referred to as a Hairy or Small Elephant Ear Mushroom. It usually is a violet to blue color, often with margins and highlights of green. It may have a red mouth, has papillae that form…
API 5 in 1 Aquarium Test Strips
(5102)
Starting at $12.99
…General Hardness (GH) for certain common tropical fish and live plants. ppm (mg/L) °dGH Type of Fish 30 1.7° Discus, arowanas, elephant nose, neons, cardinals, live plants 60 3.4° Most tropical fish including angelfish, tetras, botia, community aquarium fish, live…
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