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Item number FMC_2608


Overview: Es stehen mehrere Ableger zur Verfügung. Die Tiere unterscheiden sich nur leicht in der Form. Sie erhalten einen Ableger ähnlich dem abgebildeten Tier. Fragen zur Korallenhaltung und zu unseren Fauna Marin Produkten werden gerne in unserem Fauna Marin Support Forum und in unserer Fauna Marin Reefing Group auf Facebook beantwortet. Allgemeine Informationen über Chalice LPS-Korallen: Wissenschaftlich: Echinophyllia sp.,  Mycedium sp.,  Oxypora sp., Echinomorpha sp., Echinopora sp. Deutsch: Chalice Steinkoralle Vorkommen: Bali /Indonesien, Australien Größe: bis zu 25 cm Temperatur: 23°-26° Grad Futter: Zooxanthellen / Licht, Plankton Aquarium: >50 Liter Chalice-Korallen wie Echinophyllia sp.,  Mycedium sp.,  Oxypora sp., Echinomorpha sp. und Echinopora sp. sind an sich nicht schwer zu halten. Sie benötigen sauberes Wasser - in dem Fall eher eine tiefe nicht zu helle Lichtzone. Unter überhängen, auf dem Sand oder ähnliches ist optimal. Am besten eine mittlere bis teils kräftige abwechslungsreiche Strömung da sich Detritus gerne auf den Chalice absetzt.
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FMC Chalice Mango Tango Mycedium V (Filter- + Daylight-Shot picture!)

The "HTU" documents are available for download in our download center. Here, we will gradually explain our products and provide tips on the seawater aquarium.

If you have any further questions, please check our Fauna Marin Support Forum, and our Fauna Marin Reefing Group on Facebook.

"WYSIWYG" ("What You See Is What You Get") - Original coral pictures
You will get exactly the coral depicted on the photo. 

  • Scientific:
    Echinophyllia sp.
  • Common: stony coral
  • Origin:
    Bali, Indonesia, Australia
  • Size:
    up to 25 cm
  • Temperature:
    75.2 °F - 80.6 °F (24°C - 27°C)
  • Feeding:
    Zooxanthellen / Light, Plancton
  • Tank:
    ~ 150 Liter

Chalice corals such as Echinophylia sp. and Echinopora sp. are not difficult to maintain. They need clean water - in this case rather a medium light zone that is not too bright.
A medium to strong current is best.

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