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Xenia Rock

Product Description

The Xenia Coral, are also known as Pulse Coral, or Waving Hand Corals. They are colonial animals with multiple individual polyps attached to a piece of solid substrate. They form stalks as they grow, and to reproduce. The eight-tentacled polyps can pump, or pulse, and many scientists believe the pumping action of the polyps slowly opening and closing is designed to dispose of gasses and waste. However, it is still unknown why these coral do pulse, and there are many water, lighting and nutrient factors involved. It is not necessarily a sign of ill health if they do cease to pulse. 

Actual Size: 12-14" ( w/Fiji Liverok )

Care Level: Easy

Lighting: Low to Moderate

Placement: Bottom

Temperament: Peaceful 

Waterflow: Medium

Classification: Soft Coral

Scientific Name: Xenia sp.

Water Conditions: 75-80° F; sg 1.024-1.026 (1.025 is ideal); pH 8.1-8.4 Ca 420-440 ppm, Alk 8-9.5 dKH, Mg 1260-1350, Nitrates <10ppm, Phosphates, < .10ppm

The coral pictured here is a representation only and the piece you receive is similar from the same coral but may vary in pattern, coloration, and shape.

Maximum quantity available reached.