Favia from the favities family. They do require special lights to keep. They are usually found 25 to 30 feet under the water surface and used to low blue lighting. Thats where the color comes from. It is also best to keep under a rock sctructure. Usually favia will spread through asexual reproduction. Their skeleton will grow, as it grows your can frag them off.
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Here is a Pink Aussie acan with two different species of green star polyps, if you notice on the left I took a small frag and glued it to my nozzle and now its taking over the back of the tank
My Tiger pistol shrimp and his yellow watchman gobie friend, they move corals and grab mushrooms, they are a two man wrecking crew. I have lost 3 ricordea to them, but they are fun to watch
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My friend got me this piece from vivid aquarium in LA.
This is some of the other aussie acans. There is a purple green goblin, acan lord#2 and and orange pink acan lord. I haven’t been able to identify the purple and red yet
My favorite piece of my collection is named the “Toxic Avenger” from the color it has. My friend actually gave me this piece and its doing great. Ricordea come from the atlantic ocean and the caribbean sea, they are actually a type of anemones
Here are some aussie acans, a fruit loop, a rainbow blaze acan, acan lord, acan lord #2, a Flaming lips acan and a blue green acan
This is an indonesian pink yuma that is 4 to 5 inches wide, I can get them, just log in and lets chat