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Old 08-11-2003, 12:56 AM   #1
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yellow cup/pagoda coral

I was thinkning about purchasing one in the future anyone have any experiance with this coral?
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Old 08-11-2003, 08:01 AM   #2
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anyone have any experiance with this coral?
Yes, what would you like to know about it?
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is it difficult to keep how strong lighting, ph, ect. thanx
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I'd say med to high lighting, med flow, 8.3 ph. I would say it is a hearty LOS coral
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Be careful about purchasing any bright yellow Turbinaria Peltata. Pagoda is naturally found in a range of colors from gray to green, but unfortunately the brightly dyed yellow specimens have been showing up pretty frequently (at least in my area). If you are referring to T. frondens or T. reniformis then yellow is a fairly common narural color. IME frondens and reniformis can be slightly more challenging to maintain than peltata.
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mne has done well in my tank for quite some time,he seems to like middle light area the best and some flow, would love a pic if you get one.
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