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Thread: Carnation Coral (Dendronephthya sp.)

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    Re: Carnation Coral (Dendronephthya sp.)

    Quote Originally Posted by aquaman7
    They are non-photosynthetic and will require hand feeding. Similar to sun coral feeding but they will probably need a smaller food because it has smaller polyps. I think they're generally difficult to keep but that certainly dosen't mean you can't do it! I've never kept them myself... but there is plenty of info out there on them. I've read of several people who have successfully kept them.

    Yep. Non-Photo.
    I used to see some really nice orange ones all the time, but even the store owner told me "don't bother unless you're an expert."
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    Re: Carnation Coral (Dendronephthya sp.)

    We get them in when we order box lots but we never specifically order them.More times than not they slowly fade and die.

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