Ultra Red-eyed Moon Coral - Favia sp.
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Moon Corals get their name because of its spherical-cratered skeleton. On Favites sp., individual polyps share walls with neighboring polyps. Also known as Moon corals, Favia sp. corals have a similar structure except that walls between individual polyps are not shared.
Most Moon Corals are green, some brightly fluorescent, and can either form spherical "moons" or be encrusting. Lighting is important and should be between 3-5 watts per gallon. The coral should generally be placed mid- to the upper level in the aquarium.
They will compete with other corals for space so be sure to leave a few inches between each coral to allow them room to grow. Be sure to keep the calcium level up so the skeletal structure of the coral will remain strong and healthy.
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|Common Name||Ultra Red-eyed Moon Coral|
|Scientific Name||Favia sp.|
|Water Movement||Moderate to High|
|Light Intensity||Moderate to High|
|Difficulty||Easy to Moderate|
|Specific Gravity Range||1.022-1.026|
|Water Hardness||8-12 dKH|
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