|ACI Cactus Jack Pavona|
|AQUACULTURED||SIZE: 1" FRAG||NICE FRAG|
|We've had these for 12 weeks now, they have grown quite a bit they are very meaty and fat! (Updated picture in the third slot of two of them side by side!)
You will not be disappointed with these they have been doing very well in aquarium life.
Pavona are small polyp stony (SPS) corals in the Agariciidae family. Pavona can grow by encrusting, branching, and plating. Their polyps are seated in deeply embedded corallites, which offer them some additional protection. The polyps that cover a Pavona give the coral a fuzzy appearance. Which is why they are sometimes referred to as, “Cactus corals,” “Lettuce corals,” or “Potato chip corals.” These corals can add some wonderful texture to your reef. Pavona corals are mostly found in green and tan, but also in fluorescent colors.
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