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Chalice Coral - Maricultured
(Echinophyllia sp.)
Starting at $189.99
…Chalice Coral prefers horizontal placement in areas of low to moderate light and water movement. Keep in mind that the Chalice Coral can readily adapt to different amounts of lighting. Typically a slow growing coral, the species is known to exhibit both an encrusting habit when placed near aquarium…
Tube Coral, Yellow
(Tubastrea sp.)
Starting at $49.99
…its underside. It should have moderate to high water current combined with low lighting levels. It will also benefit from the addition of calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water. It is a hardy coral for the reef aquarium, but is classified as moderate because of the special care…
Green Fluorescent Mushroom
(Actinodiscus sp.)
Starting at $44.99
…sand.They are hardy and easy to maintain. In general, they need a medium light level, and should be placed lower in the tank if the light intensity is high. These mushrooms require a low to moderate indirect water flow. Too much water movement will inhibit these mushrooms to fully expand. They are…
Giant Green Polyp Duncan, Aquacultured
(Duncanopsammia axifuga)
Starting at $49.99
…this coral prefers to attach to solid objects in soft, sandy areas. Here, they readily propagate and often form a continuous mat of tentacles that conceal the overall shape of the underlying colony. In the home aquarium, place in low current areas with low to moderate light. This coral is peaceful…
Turquoise Rainbow
(Melanotaenia lacustris)
Starting at $13.99
…of swimming room. A gravel substrate will add to a good environment and, if dark enough, may intensify the colors of the fish.An egg layer, Melanotaenia lacustris spawns over moss in early morning or just after dawn in low to moderate lighting. The fry hatch after roughly eight days and should…
Red Sea Pom Pom Xenia, Aquacultured
(Xenia sp.)
Starting at $29.99
…Xenia are hardier than wild-caught species and tend to reproduce quickly. Therefore, provide adequate space between them and sessile animals, especially other types of soft corals. They require a low to moderate light level combined with a medium to strong water movement within the aquarium. For…
Pavona Coral, Aquacultured
(Pavona maldivensis)
Starting at $29.99
…prefer a low to moderate light level. Placement under an overhang is recommended if metal halide lighting is used. The Sunburst Pavona will turn a bright orange to red coloration if put low in the tank under 20k metal halide lighting. The Screamin Green Pavona will turn a bright green if put low in…
Duncanopsammia Coral, Aquacultured ORA®
(Duncanopsammia axifuga)
Starting at $99.99
…Coral prefers to attach to solid objects in soft, sandy areas. Here, they readily propagate and often form a continuous mat of tentacles that conceal the overall shape of the underlying colony. In the home aquarium, place in low current areas with low to moderate light. This coral is peaceful…
Alveopora Coral, Branched
(Alveopora sp.)
Starting at $59.99
…aquarium. Being easier to care for than Goniopora, any of the Alveopora species make a good alternate for the novice reef aquarist, who is seeking a coral similar to the hard to maintain Goniopora. The Branched Alveopora Coral requires low to moderate lighting combined with low water movement. For…
Duncanopsammia Coral, Aquacultured USA
(Duncanopsammia axifuga)
Starting at $29.99
…Coral prefers to attach to solid objects in soft, sandy areas. Here, they readily propagate and often form a continuous mat of tentacles that conceal the overall shape of the underlying colony. In the home aquarium, place in low current areas with low to moderate light. This coral is peaceful…
"Mummy Eye" Chalice Coral, Aquacultured USA
(Echinophyllia sp.)
Starting at $99.99
…Similar to other Chalice Corals, the Mummy Eye Chalice Coral prefers horizontal placement in areas of low to moderate light and water movement. Keep in mind that the Mummy Eye Chalice Coral can readily adapt to different amounts of lighting. Typically, a slow growing coral, the species is known to
Chalice Coral, Bubble Gum
(Echinophyllia aspera)
Starting at $79.99
to other Chalice Corals, the Bubble Gum Chalice Coral prefers horizontal placement in areas of low to moderate light and medium water movement. Keep in mind that the Bubble Gum Chalice Coral can readily adapt to different amounts of lighting. Typically a slow growing coral, the species is known to
Dragon's Tongue Algae
(Halymenia dilatata)
Starting at $39.99
…piece of square cut fossilized coral skeleton, the Aquacultured Dragon's Tongue Algae arrives ready to anchor in the rockwork of your refugium. Provide medium to high flow and low to moderate lighting with the supplementation of iron, magnesium and trace elements. While the Aquacultured Dragon's…
Bali Lunate Anthias
(Pseudanthias cf. lunulatus)
Starting at $59.99
to acclimate to a quarantine system. The Bali Lunate Anthias are collected in waters of up to 196 feet deep and prefer low to moderate lighting conditions initially but will over time adapt to aquariums with stronger lighting. The Bali Lunate Anthias may also find shipping stressful contributing to
Princess Anthias
(Pseudanthias smithvanizi)
Starting at $69.99
to acclimate to a quarantine system. The Princess Anthias are collected in waters of up to 228 feet deep and prefer low to moderate lighting conditions initially but will over time adapt to aquariums with stronger lighting. The Princess Anthias may also find shipping stressful contributing to their…
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