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Purple Candalabra Gorgonian
The Purple Candelabra Gorgonian is a stunning and unique addition to any reef aquarium. This branching coral features a beautiful purple coloration and an intricate, candelabra-like structure that creates a natural focal point in the tank. The branches of this gorgonian are thin and delicate, with a feathery appearance that adds a sense of movement to the aquarium. As a filter-feeding coral, the Purple Candelabra Gorgonian requires a moderate to strong water flow to capture plankton and other microorganisms from the water column. This coral is relatively easy to care for and does well in a range of lighting conditions, from moderate to high. It is important to note that this coral can release toxins into the water if it is stressed or damaged, so care should be taken when handling or moving it. The Purple Candelabra Gorgonian is a peaceful coral that can coexist with a variety of other reef inhabitants, including fish, invertebrates, and other coral species. However, it is important to provide ample space between different coral colonies to prevent competition and ensure that each coral can thrive.
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The Hammer Coral, also known as Euphyllia ancora, is a popular species of LPS (large polyp stony) coral in the aquarium trade. The branching variety of this coral has elongated, branching tentacles that resemble a hammer or anchor. This coral is relatively easy to care for and can thrive in a variety of lighting and water flow conditions. It prefers moderate to high water flow and low to moderate lighting, and it benefits from regular feedings of small meaty foods, such as brine shrimp or mysis shrimp. The Hammer Coral can come in a range of colors, including green, brown, and pink. It is a hardy and fast-growing species that can add movement and texture to a reef aquarium. It is also known to exhibit a unique behavior known as “sweeper tentacles,” in which it extends long, stinging tentacles to defend its territory against neighboring corals.
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Candy Cane Coral, also known as Caulastrea, is a type of LPS (large-polyped stony) coral. It is named for its resemblance to a candy cane, with alternating bands of bright colors such as pink, red, green, and orange. It is a popular coral in the aquarium trade due to its hardiness, ease of care, and striking appearance. Candy Cane Coral can be kept under a variety of lighting and flow conditions and prefers moderate water movement and nutrient levels. They are also known for their long sweeper tentacles which can sting other corals nearby.
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The Slipper or Tongue Coral, also known as Herpolitha limax, is a large solitary coral species that can be found in the shallow waters of the Indo-Pacific region. This coral has a distinctive shape resembling a slipper or tongue, with a broad base and a narrow, elongated upper portion. It comes in a variety of colors, including brown, green, and purple. The Slipper Coral is considered a challenging species to keep in captivity due to its specific care requirements. It needs moderate to high water flow and lighting, and it requires supplemental feeding several times a week to maintain its health. However, for experienced aquarists, it can be a rewarding addition to a reef aquarium due to its unique appearance and fascinating behavior.