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Danny_15
05/26/2017, 04:26 PM
What type of coral is thishttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170526/ddf5e4eca956cc49552dd606ed60786c.jpg

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chaudhry
05/26/2017, 04:28 PM
Mushroom.
Not sure about what kind though.
Its not a discosoma.
But could be rodectus, richordea or yuma.
I will bet on rhicordae!


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Danny_15
05/26/2017, 04:30 PM
Mushroom.
Not sure about what kind though.
Its not a discosoma.
But could be rodectus, richordea or yuma.
I will bet on rhicordae!


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Do you know what placement, flow, and light they need?

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chaudhry
05/26/2017, 04:34 PM
They are low to moderate light. They prefer lower part of the tank, including on a rock on sand bed.
They dont like direct fliw and would detach themselves if they come under direct/harsh flow. Like, indirect low flow.
Generally slow growers but split by budding if they are happy.
They definitely appreciate feeding. I feed mine, a squirt or two of reef chilli.


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Danny_15
05/26/2017, 04:48 PM
They are low to moderate light. They prefer lower part of the tank, including on a rock on sand bed.
They dont like direct fliw and would detach themselves if they come under direct/harsh flow. Like, indirect low flow.
Generally slow growers but split by budding if they are happy.
They definitely appreciate feeding. I feed mine, a squirt or two of reef chilli.


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Thanks man helps alot!

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JDWells
05/29/2017, 11:41 AM
Almost definitely a ricordea which is typically divided into Florida or Yuma variety.