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Item number FMC_501


Overview: The Giant carribean Anemone "Condylactis gigantea" is an very attractive nem. It`s easy to maintain and prefers to stay at one place. 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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FMC Condylactis gigantea purple V

Several branches from this coral are available. These animals differ only slightly in form. You will receive an offshoot similar to the animal depicted in the photo

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  • Scientific:
    Condylactis gigantea
  • Common: Giant Caribbean Anemone
  • Origin:
    Amerikanische Jungferninseln, Antigua und Barbuda, Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Brasilien, Britische Jungferninseln, Costa Rica, Florida, Golf von Mexiko, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Jamaika, Kanada, Karibik, Kuba, Niederländischen Antillen, Panama, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts und Nevis, USA, West-Atlantik
  • Size:
    15-30 cm
  • Temperature:
    75.2 °F - 80.6 °F (24°C - 27°C)
  • Feeding:
    Zooxanthellen / Light, Artemia, adult, Muschelfleisch, Stinte,
  • Tank:
    ~ 250 Liter

Diese Anemone ist in einem stabilen Mileu gut haltbar, bei neuen Becken eher nicht.

Das Wasser muss sehr sauber sein, und die Anemone muss sich wohl fühlen. Sie sucht sich ihren Platz selber, weshalb man sie nur auf den Bodengrund zu legen braucht. Man sollte dafür die Strömung abschwächen oder ganz abstellen, bis sich die Anemone befestigt hat.

Sie sollte viel Licht bekommen ! Wasserbewegung mittel.

Je mehr Nährstoffe im Wasser vorhanden sind, umso dunkler wird das Tier.

Kommt in unterschiedlichen Farben vor, von ganz weiss bis grünlich zu violett.

Wandert bisweilen recht viel, wenn es ihr nicht gefällt.

Symbiosepartner: Partnergarnele Periclimensis pedersoni

Anemonen-Arten, regelmäßig bei Extremecorals erhältlich:

  • Condylactis aurantiaca
  • Condylactis gigantea
  • Condylactis parvicornis

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