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Coral Frenzy & Detroit Coral Farms Feeding

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Coral Frenzy really gets those corals going! Check out this feeding response video. So Cool. CORAL FRENZY is the perfect alternative for those who do not have the time, discipline, or desire to feed live or frozen foods.

Leather corals – easy yet tough to keep

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      Most of us consider leather corals to be an easy starter coral at least until you see it shedding away. Leather corals are a term used for a number of corals of whom the bulk belongs to the genus Sarcophyton even if there are a number of other corals that are called leather corals. There are many… [Read More]

Recovery of bleached corals

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        Temperature instability is considered the chief reason for coral bleaching. In natural reef, global warming is raising the temperature and leading to bleaching of corals. [google_adsense_in_post] Zooxanthellae, which is the agent contributing to the various colorations in corals is expelled by the corals when it is stressed due to intense temperature or changed water conditions. Sometimes… [Read More]

Coral turf in reef tank

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        In a natural reef, the corals are in a completion for space and spread out to the extreme covering as much of the substrate as may be available. Most corals have a tendency to spread their branches as much as possible. This is why most people think that keeping corals in a tank is quite difficult… [Read More]

Mounting a Coral Frag

        Once you get a brand new coral from a LFS or any source, you are too excited to wait until you see the new addition in your main tank. Especially a beginner will want to get it done as soon as possible. However, it is quite important that you understand the species well before mounting in… [Read More]

Ricordea Yuma – the pretty easy coral

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                  The Ricordea, or commonly called Flower Mushroom Coral, is a member of the order Corallimorpharia. It has beautiful features of short, club, or berry-shaped tentacles. It shares some resemblance to stony hard corals, and is also called a Disc Anemone as they are close cousins of both corals and anemones. It… [Read More]

Corals that are beyond reach

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        We know of corals that are easy to maintain and also those that are not so happy in an artificial aquarium no matter how hard you work to prevent them. We also have talked about the most elegant rare corals that are becoming extinct in a previous post. Surviving in nature might be difficult due to… [Read More]

10 extinct and beautiful corals

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      Just like the exploitation of other natural resources, corals too are subject to threats like pollution, artificial dying, bleaching, over harvesting, and major storms. Acidic seas are the latest talk among preservers. More than half of 82 species of coral being evaluated for inclusion under the Endangered Species Act more likely than not would go extinct by… [Read More]

Cactus coral (Pavona decussates)

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      Though cactus corals or Pavona corals are not the most attractive ones regarding color and texture, their pattern of growth is what makes them unique and a substantial addition to reef tanks. Also known as lettuce coral they can be found in purple, brown, and different shades of green and have polyps on both sides of the… [Read More]

Aquarium Corals – Selection, Husbandy and Natural Selection

Media ReviewAquarium Corals – Selection, Husbandry and Natural History  Author: Eric H. Borneman Publisher: Microcosm Ltd. and T.F.H. Publications, Inc. Availability: Hardback: Price $54.95 – ISBN 1890087475 Paperback: Price $44.95 – ISBN 1890087483This 464-page publication is wonderfully written and illustrated with beautiful color photographs of corals in both nature and captivity. There is also an extensive appendix that contains a Glossary, References and Index. Cover… [Read More]

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