Dendros!

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  1. ecdrgonz

    ecdrgonz Active Member R2R Supporter

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    Dendro – Dendrophyllia -
    Australian
    I have a large colony.I am braking up.
    $25 per head
    $20 per head when you buy 3 or more.
    Depending on how it goes they might go fast.
    I will ship but buyer pays shipping and $5 box fee

    You must feed this coral.It doesn't get its nutrients from the light.


    The Dendrophyllia coral is one of my favorite LPS corals. The strong splash of yellow and orange that it adds to the reef is hard to match from any other coral besides the sun coral. It is important to realize that the sun coral and the Dendro are different corals even though they look very similar. There are three key differences between the Dendrophyllia and sun coral. The first difference is that a Dendro’s tentacle/ polyps are usually extended during the day where sun corals are closed. Secondly, Sun corals polyp size is generally smaller. And finally, the two different species of corals have different colony growth patterns.

    Common Names: Dendrophyllia “Dendro”

    Skill Level: Beginner

    Classification: LPS

    Disposition: Peaceful

    Light Level: Low

    Water Flow: Low to Moderate

    Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025
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  2. mejiamale

    mejiamale Well-Known Member

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    Interested pm me please
     
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    ecdrgonz Active Member R2R Supporter

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    1 sold have plenty if any one else interested.
     
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    Kremis Well-Known Member

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    great deal and nice corals, glws
     
  6. ecdrgonz

    ecdrgonz Active Member R2R Supporter

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    Another sold.Any one else.
     
  7. ecdrgonz

    ecdrgonz Active Member R2R Supporter

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    Still available
     
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    PM me, Would like to get a decent colony.
     
  9. ecdrgonz

    ecdrgonz Active Member R2R Supporter

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    Pm answered
     
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    I'm interested. PM please
     
  11. ecdrgonz

    ecdrgonz Active Member R2R Supporter

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    Over 50 heads sold this week.when I run out I will be out.Still have Heads
     
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  13. Zack Klabunde

    Zack Klabunde The LPS Guy R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor

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    What made you classify this as 1) and LPS coral. Technically it’s an NPS coral. You said it yourself “you must feed this coral, it doesn’t get its nutrients from light” and 2) a beginner coral? GLWS l personally love these guys. Looks like you have some good ones
     
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