Reviews on Aquacultured Corals

Aquacultured Blue Tipped Acropora

Aquacultured Blue Tipped Acropora

A very pretty specimen, axial polyps at the branch tips are distinct and brightly colored.Acropora corals require strong lighting, metal halides or HQI's are recommended. These beauttiful specimens also need a strong water flow and a controlled temperature of 76-78 degrees.Placement is high in the reef, with at least 4…

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Aquacultured Double Sun

Aquacultured Double Sun

Two Red/Yellow Sun Corals aquacultured onto rock.Common names: Cup Coral, Sun Coral and Turret Coral.This interesting coral does not need much light, place them under overhangs or on the bottom of the tank, with strong flow.This brightly colored coral needs to be fed to thrive. Target feed with copepods or…

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Aquacultured Humilis

Aquacultured Humilis

This beautiful Bali Aquacultured coral has stubby branches in a vibrant lime green.Strong light such as metal halides or HQI's and a strong water flow are necessary for this coral to thrive.Maintain tank temperatures at 76-78 degrees for optimal health.

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Aquacultured Millepora  Green

Aquacultured Millepora Green

Milleporas are among the most colorful species in the genus. Stunning additions to your reef.Acropora corals need high intensity light, and strong water flow. Recommended light: metal halide or HQI.Acropora's are also temperature sensitive, keep water at 76 degrees.

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Aquacultured Millepora - Pink

Aquacultured Millepora - Pink

Milleporas are among the most colorful species in the genus. Stunning additions to your reef.Acropora corals need high intensity light, and strong water flow. Recommended light: metal halide or HQI.Acropora's are also temperature sensitive, keep water at 76 degrees.

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Aquacultured Millepora - Turquoise

Aquacultured Millepora - Turquoise

Milleporas are among the most colorful species in the genus. Stunning additions to your reef.Acropora corals need high intensity light, and strong water flow. Recommended light: metal halide or HQI.Acropora's are also temperature sensitive, keep water at 76 degrees.

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Aquacultured Montipora

Aquacultured Montipora

Common names: Cabbage Coral or Lettuce CoralThese corals usually live in reef flats and protected reef slopes in shallow water with bright illumination.These corals are laminar, encrusting or branching with small polyps in depressions over the colony surface.These corals require bright lighting and low to moderate water flow.

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Aquacultured MultiRock

Aquacultured MultiRock

These rocks have a variety of different corals attached to their surface. Each rock is different and will have an assortment of different corals including some, but not all, of the following: Star Polyps, Button Polyps, Yellow Polyps, Green Button Polyps, Yellow Button Polyps, Orange Button Polyps. Unfortunately we are…

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Aquacultured Multirock w/ Pink Zoos

Aquacultured Multirock w/ Pink Zoos

This is an interesting collection of assorted corals adhered to one rock. A great piece for the beginning reef or the experienced hobbyist.Pink zoo's are the highlight of this collection.Zoos like bright light and strong water flow.Green star can tolerate medium to high light and a strong flow.We are sorry…

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Aquacultured Multirock w/ Super Pinks

Aquacultured Multirock w/ Super Pinks

Super Pink Zoos at 7 o'clock on rock. Ricordea in upper left not part/included on rock.This is an interesting collection of assorted corals adhered to one rock. A great piece for the beginning reef or the experienced hobbyist.Buttons, zoos, and other corals make up this excellent addition to any reef.Provide…

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