Aussie Moseleya - Moseleya latistellata
Moseleya Coral is a very unique coral related to Moon Corals. It has a very distinct appearance. Each corallite is large and cup-shaped and will usually form around one central and larger corallite. They are usually green but can have pink, purple or blue in their coloration as well.
These corals are not very widespread and are still fairly uncommon in the aquarium trade. They are usually found on the bottom of muddy or very fine-sand environments in turbid water (meaning the water has a lot of suspended particles, giving it a muddy or milky appearance). They are fairly undemanding and do best in moderate light and low to moderate flow. They are not sugnificantly aggressive.
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|Common Name||Aussie Moseleya Coral|
|Scientific Name||Moseleya latistellata|
|Water Movement||Low to Moderate|
|Specific Gravity Range||1.022-1.026|
|Water Hardness||8-12 dKH|
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