This is not a WYSIWYG item. You will be purchasing a similar coral shown in the photo.
Some Zoanthids and Palythoa contain a powerful neurotoxin called palytoxin in its flesh that can be extremely harmful if it comes in contact with your blood stream. Take special care handling these polyps for this reason especially if you have open cuts on your hands. its recommended to wear protective glasses and gloves while handling these corals to keep it away from your eyes.
Placement: Place Zoanthids corals in an area of medium flow. Too much flow may make it hard for the polyps to open. You will know your zoanthids are ‘happy’ if they open up and are fully extended without seeming to stretch so far upright.
Feeding: While both Zoanthids and Palythoa polyps derive much of their energy from the products of their zooxanthellae, they do have the ability to capture prey. feed once weekly with coral food like reef roids.
Care Level: Easy
Lighting: Low (50 - 100 PAR)
Water Flow: Moderate
Water Conditions: 75-80° F; sg 1.025-1.026; pH 8.1-8.4, Ca 420-440 ppm, Alk 8-9.5 dKH, Mg 1300-1450, Nitrates <10ppm, Phosphates < .10ppm.
NOTE: This is not a WYSIWYG item. You will be purchasing a similar coral shown in the photo.
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