The Orange Spotted Ricordea is a member of the order Corallimorpharia (Stephenson, 1937), and has short, club, or berry-shaped tentacles. It shares some similarities to stony corals, and is also termed a Disc Anemone. It is found in a variety of color forms, but this type has a blue base with orange tips. This type of mushroom is highly prized by the avid collector and makes a vibrant addition to the reef aquarium. Collected in small numbers, this coral is in very high demand by the discriminating reef aquarist. It requires a low to medium light level, but metal halide lighting may be too bright, so when using halides, place the coral at the bottom of the aquarium, under an overhang. It prefers a low water movement within the aquarium. It is considered semi-aggressive and requires adequate space between itself and other corals. It reproduces by longitudinal fission.
The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within it provide the majority of its nutritional requirements from the light driven process of photosynthesis. It also eats plankton and smaller invertebrates such as crustaceans.
Approximate Purchase Size: 3" to 4" on rock.
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Use Dymax CO2 Tablets to aid photosynthesis and provide nutrients for healthy plant growth.
$28.00A water flow accelerator is a great way to add extra water flow to your aquarium. There are several styles available and some can increase waterflow by up to 400%! By increasing water circulation, you can help to increase oxygenation, reduce dead spots and prevent detritus from accumulating.
Replacement Foam Disks for the Two Little Fishes 550 Reactor
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