Add some great blue to your aquarium with these blueberries. having a orange center, purple then different shades of blue and green tentacles these corals add some serious flavor to the reef. A good hardy species that grows well but not too quick to take over your reef.
Lighting: medium- medium high lighting 150-450 PAR.
Flow: medium to medium-high flow
Care Level: Easy
Original Location Range: Indonesia, Coral Triangle, South Pacific
Grown in our California coral farm where we provide zero-impact corals
Water chemistry: Calcium 400-450, Magnesium 1290-1350, KH 7-9.5, pH 8.1-8.4, Nitrates .01-10, Phosphates .01-.1, salinity 1.026
Temperature Range: 74- 81 Fahrenheit
Feeding requirements: Regular feedings are recommended in low-nutrient environments. Feed a variety of your favorite foods and amino acids. Target feeding is always best and be sure your coral is taking in the food and not just sliming it off.
Dosing: Doc highly recommends automated dosing of Ca, Kh, and other elements to provide ultimate stable water chemistry throughout the day. It is important there are no fluctuations, especially with Kh/alkalinity. For more information on dosing and products click here.
Placement recommendations: Place the coral in an area like an edge in front so the zoanthid can grow out like a mat. Keep a safe distance from other corals so it does not harm or get harmed by other corals. This coral is good for growing in vertical areas where others cannot. Another great location is on an island on the sand up close to the glass for optimal viewing. It will never grow outwards into the glass and it will stay on the island garden worry free from growing all over the reef.
Attachment: We like to clip off the exposed disk areas. Add a small amount of coral glue to the underside of the disk. Mix up enough two-part epoxy to create a small mound and dab it a few times into the glue to get it tacky then press and mold a conical shape. Add a few small daps to the tip of the cone dabbing the glue so it really sticks to the epoxy. Press the coral disk onto the desired location and press the epoxy flat around the disk. Be sure the coral is fully secure, the coral should never fall off the reef.