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Assorted Colored Mushroom Coral
Assorted colored mushroom coral is a vibrant and colorful addition to any reef aquarium. These soft corals come in a variety of colors and patterns, ranging from bright green, blue, orange, pink, and purple. They are easy to care for and can thrive in a range of lighting and water flow conditions. Mushroom corals are a great choice for beginners or experienced hobbyists looking to add more color and texture to their aquarium. They can grow and multiply quickly, forming a beautiful carpet-like covering on the aquarium substrate or rocks. With their low maintenance and striking appearance, it’s no wonder that mushroom corals are so popular among reef aquarium enthusiasts.
|Dimensions||10 × 20 × 10 in|
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The CCGC Aquacultured Red Sea Pom Pom Xenia Coral is a beautiful and popular soft coral in the aquarium hobby. It has a pulsating, pom-pom like appearance and is typically a pinkish-red color. This coral is easy to care for and can grow rapidly in the right conditions. However, it should be noted that Xenia can release toxins into the water, so it is important to monitor water quality and maintain good filtration. Aquacultured specimens are a great choice for those who want to support sustainable practices in the hobby.
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The Blue Mushroom, also known as the Discosoma Mushroom or Blue Disc Mushroom, is a species of mushroom coral commonly found in the marine aquarium trade. They have a distinctive blue coloration and are relatively easy to care for, making them a popular choice for beginner and experienced hobbyists alike. Blue Mushrooms are relatively small and grow in colonies, with each individual mushroom ranging from about 1 to 3 inches in diameter. They prefer moderate to low lighting and moderate water flow in the aquarium, and can be fed small pieces of meaty foods like shrimp or mysis shrimp. In the wild, Blue Mushrooms are found throughout the Indo-Pacific region, including the Great Barrier Reef, and are typically found in shallow waters up to 30 meters deep. They can be found on various substrates, including rocks and coral rubble, and are known to reproduce both sexually and asexually.