Deepwater Watermelon Zoas
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Price is per polyp.
Scientific Name: Zoanthid
History: These came to us off a large piece of Tonga branch we bought for a show tank. There were only a few polyps on the bottom, but after acclimating them to the tank, we quickly figured out what these were.
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Pictures: Mother colony or typical frags shown in picture from our tanks. Price is per polyp. If you wish to receive multiple polyp frags, please update quantity accordingly.
Shipping: Shipping will be a flat $45. Please ask us if you would prefer Saturday Delivery.
Arrive Alive Guarantee: Yes! We need any DOA pics within the first hour to claim.
Current Parameters: We recommend trying to replicate the parameters these corals were grown in. This helps for an easy transition to your tank and helps the corals get off on the right foot.
Placement: Mount your new coral using IC gel glue, putty, or a combinations of both. Place the coral on a rock or ledge in a location that receives ample lighting and random flow.
Water Chemistry: Alkalinty- 7.5-8.5, Magnesium 1290-1350, Salinity- 35 (read salinity vs SG) , Calcium-400-425. Nitrate- 4-10, Phosphates- .01-.1
Lighting: 250-400 PAR Acropora corals require fairly intense lighting to maintain proper color. T5’s, Metal Halides, or LED’s can all grow acropora when the proper PAR levels are provided.
Flow: Medium to High. Our frag system has some major motion!
Feeding: We recommend feeding acropora corals with a combination of foods like Zooplanktons, Phytoplanktons, Amino Acids and other Organic Proteins. A daily broadcast feeding while return and circulations pumps are stopped will ensure the corals have the ability to consume the nutrients they require.