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Corals

These corals have been propagated in captivity.

C-1 'Pink Anthelia'

Anthelia is a very easy to keep xenid, looks a bit like a dwarf xenia.
It keeps low, under 3 cm, and spreads horizontally.
It will cover every surface if you let it,
but most other corals tolerate its presence.

Grown under a 120 watt LED.
Grown on marble chip frag plug.
Can only be shipped within the next day delivery zone, see here.

$15 each
'Anthelia'

C-2 'Pulsing Xenia'

Xenia is hardy and fast growing.
It thrives in a wide range of lighting and current conditions.
Effective in a low light low current refugium, much like a macro algae.

It's distinctive pulsing action is best observed in low current.
Grown and photographed under 120 watt LED.
Grown on marble chip frag plug.

Large frags, upwards of 10cm, available.
Can only be shipped within the next day delivery zone, see here.

$30 each

'Xenia'  


C-3
'Green Star Polyps' Pachyclavularia sp.

35 + polyp frag; polyps are about 5mm across the tentacles.
Grown and photographed under 120 watt LED.
Grown on a marble chip frag plug.

Grown under a 120 watt LED with good reliable growth.
Can overgrow its neighbours in time but is not difficult to check.
Under blue light the green is fluorescent.

$35 each

'Green Star Polyps'