red sea white pulsing xenia on rock rubble marine aquarium coral frag at Aquarist Classifieds

red sea white pulsing xenia on rock rubble marine aquarium coral frag at Aquarist Classifieds

Pulsing Xenia coral is an interesting invertebrate in that each extension has small, feathery-like polyps that will contract ("pulse") together. This coral is an entertaining addition to a saltwater tank. The reason for why these corals pulse is still a mystery - however, it is known that factors such as water, lighting intensity, and nutrients in the water column play a part. Aqua-cultured specimens tend to reproduce quickly, so it's advised to leave plenty of space around this coral for…

Pulsing Xenia coral is really nice but it grows fast and could overtake your marine tank

Saltwater Aquarium Corals for Marine Reef Aquariums: Blue Sympodium Polyp, Sympodium sp.

Saltwater Aquarium Corals for Marine Reef Aquariums: Blue Sympodium Polyp, Sympodium sp.

Xenia coral| Aquarium Xenia Coral for Sale|

Xenia coral| Aquarium Xenia Coral for Sale|

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Buy Silver Xenia Coral Online | Saltwater Aquarium Fish and Coral | Vivid Aquariums

Fragments of Xenia are mounted onto small stones and grown in aquariums here at Vivid Aquariums.

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Many varieties of Xenia corals including Blue Xenia, Cespitularia, Aquacultured Xenia, Pom Pom Xenia, and Red Sea Pink.

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It started so innocently ...

A reef tank completely overgrown with Xenia (but still beautiful imo) from thread: "So, you think you want to keep Xenia." wow- I thought I had growth- wow

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This crab has some pretty amazing camouflage abilities amongst the white xenia coral polyps. This picture was taken in Indonesia, in the Lembeh Strait, known for its muck diving—areas of black sand that are full of small, colorful creatures.

This crab has some pretty amazing camouflage abilities amongst the white xenia coral polyps. This picture was taken in Indonesia, in the Lembeh Strait, known for its muck diving—areas of black sand that are full of small, colorful creatures.

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