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Sea Fan

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Blueberry Sea Fan
(Acalycigorgia sp.)
Starting at $69.99
Sea Fan is also referred to as the Blue Gorgonia or Blue Tree coral. Blue is a very unusual coloration for any coral, and this Sea Fan will make a great showpiece or centerpiece to any reef aquarium. The red or orange base color with intense blue polyps differentiates this variety from other sea
Orange Tree Gorgonian
(Swiftia exserta)
Starting at $49.99
The Orange Tree Gorgonian is also referred to as the Orange Sea Fan or Orange Tree coral. It is orange in color and has loose branches forming a fan shape with large red or orange polyps. This Sea Fan will make a great showpiece or centerpiece to any reef aquarium. The Orange Tree Gorgonian is…
Red Finger Gorgonian
(Diodogorgia nodulifera)
Starting at $39.99
…Colorful Sea Rod. An attractive branching tree-like coral, it is extremely brittle and breaks easily, making it easy to propagate in this way. It basically is available in two color variations being bright orange-yellow with red and white polyps, or deep red to purple with white polyps. This sea fan
Red Sea Fan
(Gorgonia sp.)
Starting at $39.99
The Red Sea Fan comes from the deep parts of the reefs of the Indian Ocean and has a classic sea fan appearance. It is red in color and the thin branches are woven creating a mesh-like appearance. The branches have many very small white polyps that are usually only seen at night when the lights of…
Lined Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus erectus)
Starting at $69.99
…Seahorses can be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging tentacles or corals that are large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. While sea fans, Acropora corals, and other branching corals may be safe for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches…
PhytoPlex Phytoplankton
(4216)
Starting at $12.99
…for a broad range of filter-feeding invertebrates. Ideal for feeding SPS corals, sponges, clams, scallops, bryozoans, tunicates, sea fans, filter-feeding sea cucumbers, and many annelid worms such as feather dusters and Christmas tree worms. For best results, alternate use with Kent Marine…
Purple Tree Gorgonian
(Eunicea sp.)
Starting at $44.99
…live rock in the reef aquarium. It is more challenging to maintain this species, as they require supplemental feeding several times per week. This sea fan is photosynthetic and requires a moderate amount of light depending on the amount of filter feeding food that is available. In order to inhibit…
Green Lace Gorgonian
(Pterogorgia citrina)
Starting at $26.99
…behavior of the majority of Gorgonian sea blades is peaceful, but they should be given adequate space away from neighboring corals or anemones. Underwater epoxy is commonly used to anchor the base to a piece of live rock in the reef aquarium. This Sea fan is photosynthetic and requires a moderate…
Kuda Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus kuda)
Starting at $99.99
…Seahorses can be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging tentacles or corals that are large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. While sea fans, Acropora corals, and other branching corals may be safe for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches…
Barbouri Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus barbouri)
Starting at $199.99
…Seahorses can be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging tentacles or corals that are large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. While sea fans, Acropora corals, and other branching corals may be safe for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches…
Longnose Hawkfish
(Oxycirrhites typus)
Starting at $44.99
…and shrimp, it makes an excellent reef inhabitant under the proper conditions. It likes to be perch on and be camouflaged by the Red Gorgonian Sea Fan or other similar decor.The Longnose Hawkfish diet should include a variety of marine meats, frozen preparations, and live feeder shrimp.Approximate…
PhytoMax Expert Series Phytoplankton
(4220)
Starting at $6.99
…range of filter feeding invertebrates, PhytoMax is ideal for SPS corals, sponges, clams, scallops, bryozoans, tunicates, Sea Fans, filter feeding Sea Cucumbers, and Fan Worms. Directions:Add 1 drop (0.10 ml) per 50 gallons to an 8 oz. container of aquarium water, stir, and add this to the aquarium…
Volitan Lionfish, Colored
(Pterois volitans)
Starting at $49.99
…is very similar to the Miles Lionfish with the exception of their origin as the Miles Lionfish species is restricted to the Indian Ocean: Red Sea, South Africa, and east to Sumatra. The Volitain Lionfish differs from the visually similar Miles Lionfish, as Miles have fewer spines on its dorsal…
Miles Lionfish
(Pterois miles)
Starting at $39.99
…Miles Lionfish is very similar to the Volitans Lionfish with the exception of their origin as this species is restricted to the Indian Ocean: Red Sea, South Africa, and east to Sumatra. The Miles Lionfish differs from the visually similar Volitan Lionfish, as Miles have fewer spines on its dorsal…
Ingen's Seahorse, Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus ingens)
Starting at $139.99
…will be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging tentacles or corals that are large enough to consume them, such as brain corals. While sea fans, Acropora corals, and other branching corals may be safe for seahorses, they can be irritated or damaged by a seahorse that continually hitches…
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