The Red Sea MAX Concept takes away the worry about retro-fitting equipment, guaranteeing complete compatibility of the coral components built in to the aquarium, allowing you to focus on enjoying the fish and corals within your own piece of thriving coral reef.
Red Chili Cactus Coral (Nephthyigorgia sp.) - Aquarium Depot
2 --- 8 inch in height, red lacy sea whip corals/false sea fans found on a Gulf of Mexico Florida beach. Light red and soft purple/lavender color. They have been cleaned but they have a pungent ocean smell when you get close to them. This fades over time.
Beautiful framed or in a vase!
These trees are natural specimens found on the beaches of Florida. In perfect condition, can be framed or used in a beach craft.
Also can be used for your salt water aquarium.
Red Coral Aquarium - Pet Store - Foursquare
What drew you to the idea of starting and keeping a reef tank more than likely was seeing a beautifully stocked reef aquarium with its appealing combination of colors and species. You made the commitment and purchases needed to start a saltwater aquarium. Now you have arrived at the point where you can begin populating your tank with all those eye catching corals. But now is the moment you need to show maximum restraint! There is a saying among reef hobbyists that “Only bad things happen quickly in a reef tank.” Successful reef keeping requires keeping your inhabitants happy – but book knowledge is not the same as the actual experience… Do yourself a favor and start out with some “easier” to keep corals that are going to be a bit more forgiving while you learn the ins and outs of maintaining a tank. The species listed here are hardy, easy to care for, affordable, can survive most beginners’ mistakes and still provide an incredible amount of beauty. One further benefit to these species is they will populate quickly, and thus fill your tank with life and color sooner than many tough to maintain species.
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