US Style Primefrags® Chalice Red Convict V (Filter- + Daylight-Shot picture!) | Fauna Marin
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Item number FMC_1620


Overview: 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. Chalice-Korallen sind an sich nicht schwer zu halten. Sie stellen gegenüber den Wasserwerten nicht die gleich hohen Ansprüche, wie viele SPS-Korallen, man sollte ihnen dennoch natürlich ordentliches bzw. nährstoffarmes Wasser bieten. Wonderful FMC-Frags from the beautiest corals bred by Fauna Marin. You will find always a place in your seawater-tank for these small colorful frags. The V stands for many and available!
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US Style Primefrags® Chalice Red Convict V (Filter- + Daylight-Shot picture!)

Several frags of these corals are available. The corals differ only slightly in shape, but similar in size. You will receive a frag similar to the coral depicted in the photo of the same mother colony.

 

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

 

General information of Chalice LPS-corals:

    • Scientific: Echinophyllia sp.,  Mycedium sp.,  Oxypora sp., Echinomorpha sp., Echinopora sp
    • Common: Chalice coral
    • Origin: Bali, Indonesia, Australia
    • Size: up to 25 cm
    • Temperature75.2 °F - 80.6 °F (24°C - 27°C)
    • Feeding: Zooxanthellen / Light, Plancton
    • Tank: >150 Liter

    Chalice corals such as Echinophyllia sp.,  Mycedium sp.,  Oxypora sp., Echinomorpha sp. and Echinopora sp.. are not difficult to maintain. They need clean water, and low light zone that is not too bright like underhands, sandbeds and such.
    Detritus tends to settle on Chalice corals so medium current is best to keep them free from detritus. 

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