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Neon Green Sinularia Leather Finger Coral

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WYSIWYG Neon Green Sinularia Finger Leather Coral is a beautiful species that is bright neon green. This variety is also relatively uncommon in the industry. They will grow in a tree-like manner developing many branches as it grows. 

The Neon Green Sinularia Finger Leather Coral is shipped attached to a small piece of shell.

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The Neon Green Sinularia Finger Leather Coral is a beautiful species that is neon green to yellow in coloration. This variety is also relatively uncommon in the industry. They will grow in a tree-like manner developing many branches as it grows. They have the ability to inflate and deflate their body depending on the conditions in the aquarium. It is also common for these corals to remain deflated for days at a time. The corals may do this during times of rapid growth.

It is a semi-aggressive soft coral and needs space between itself and other corals. This aquacultured variety is easy to maintain in the reef aquarium, and makes an unusual coral for the established reef aquarium. It requires a moderate to high lighting level, and medium to strong water movement, along with the addition of iodine, strontium, and trace elements to the water. It is an easy coral to propagate. Simply trim one of the branches and attach the branch with the cut side down to a small piece of rock using either monofilament or other type of inert line.

It obtains the majority of its nutrition from symbiotic algae zooxanthellae, but will benefit from additional food such as micro-plankton, baby brine shrimp, or foods designed for filter feeding invertebrates.

The Aquacultured Neon Green Sinularia Finger Leather Coral is shipped attached to a small piece of shell or small piece of live rock, not free floating.

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WYSIWYG.  What you see is what you get.  You will get the item pictured.

Eggcrate in the background is 5/8" for eaach square. 

Our photographs are taken under LED light and full White flash. We try to post two pictures of each coral to give you a better idea to how it may look in your tank.  We take one photograph with all the LEDS at full power with full White Flash and one photograph with just the blue's and violet LEDS at full power.