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How to Propagate Gorgonians

        Gorgonians are some of the first captive grown corals. They have been very hardy and they all grow into large show corals. They need moderate to strong current. Here we explain you how to grow gorgonians and basic steps of the gorgonian propagation. [google_adsense_in_post] Materials needed: – Pair of scissors, scalpel, or razor blade – Wire… [Read More]

Xeniidae Propagation

[google_adsense_in_post] Pulse corals are found in the Subclass Octocorallia, Order Alcyonacea, Suborder Alcyoniina, and Family Xeniidae. The corals found in Xeniidae are called pulse corals, due to the pulsatile motion of their polyps. Xeniidae have the ability to heal, grow and reproduce much faster than many other corals. In fact, their growth rates and reproduction levels have sometimes been compared… [Read More]

Color Study In Corals

[google_adsense_in_post] A research by University of Southampton has discovered a mechanism as to how corals use their pink and purple colors as sunscreen to shield them against damaging sunlight. Many reef corals are found to flourish in sunlight as their light dependent symbiotic algae produce sugars and lipids. However in shallow water where sunlight reaches in more than required intensity,… [Read More]

What’s Worse or Corals Heat or Cold?

[google_adsense_in_post] For the extinction of coral reefs, climate changes are the reason we all know. Measures are being taken o preserve them as far possible. But a recent study by in the coast of Western Australia by Justin Billis took the efforts to find out whether extreme heat or extreme cold was more injurious to corals. In both the cases… [Read More]

Recovery of bleached corals

        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

        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]

Corals that are beyond reach

        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]

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