Item number: CM02
Scientific name: Discosoma sp.
Number in stock: 9
Originally found amongst a colony of red wild collected morphs purchased from Northern Territory around 2003.
Sold on small natural look stones polyp size 10c piece.
Magnesium 1350 (ideal but not essential)
Lighting .Low - high (Ours are 90w LED @ 30cm)
Feeding. Not essential but for faster growth 2-3mm pieces of prawn or fish flesh or 1mm hydrated pellet foods.
Reproduction. Will naturally divide by pedal laceration. Asexual fragments can also be made by cutting either small pieces from the donor parent or the parent morph can be cut in half to produce two clones on the original rock. Growth is slow it can take 18 months + to reach 10c size.