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Item number FMC_340


Overview: Euphyllia fascinates with its large and often fluorescend tentacles. They are very well maintained in the aquarium and are also ideal for beginners. Every typ of (Nano) Aquarium becomes an eye catcher with our popular FMC frags. The small frags are aquaculture by Fauna Marin from only the most gorgeous and brightest corals and then sold to affordable prices for everyone to have a chance to give one a new home in your aquarium. Be sure to keep a lookout for the V next to each coral's name. It stands for multiple frags being available!
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FMC Euphyllia ancora Toxic 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 Euphyllia LPS-corals:

  • Scientific:
    Euphyllia sp.
  • Common: Torch Coral
  • Origin:
    Indonesia, Australia, Marschall-Islands, Papua New Guinea, Red Sea, Samoa
  • Size:
    up to 10 cm
  • Temperature:
    75.2 °F - 80.6 °F (24°C - 27°C)
  • Feeding:
    Granules like Fauna Marin (LPS Grow and Color)
    Plankton, Dustfood
    Zooxanthellae / Light
  • Tank:
    ~ 100 Liter

Eyphyllias can also be placed further down the aquarium as they do not require high light. No direct current, like all Euphyllia species, rather little to medium, but quite varied.

Euphyllia sting other corals near by so it would be advised to keep room to other corals.
Anemonefish also like to use them as an anemone substitute.

Euphyllia don't need additional feeding, but grows better and colors up nicer with regular feeding of Fauna Marin LPS Grow + Color, Coral Dust, Coral Sprint or Ocean Plankton.

At Fauna Marin Corals you will regularly find the following Euphyllia species:

Euphyllia ancora
Euphyllia cristata
Euphyllia divisa
Euphyllia glabrescens
Euphyllia paraancora
Euphyllia paradivisa
Euphyllia paraglabrescens
Euphyllia yaeyamaensis

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