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| Bio Hazard Bounce Mushroom Rhodactis

| Bio Hazard Bounce Rhodactis Mushroom

General info about Bio Hazard Bounce Mushroom

In general, corals coming from the genus Fungia are solitary animals. Unlike your typical coral, Fungia coral is not composed of a colony, but instead, is a  single-polyp coral. It has a flattened skeletal structure that resembles like a disc. Its corallite walls are highly elevated forming plates and their mouth is located at the center.

As for the Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia, they are predominantly colored green. This are the water parameters for cultivating Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia: 

  • Calcium: 400 - 450 ppm
  • Alkalinity: 2.86 - 4.29 MEQ/L (8 - 12 dKH)
  • Phosphates: 0
  • Magnesium: 1200 - 1350
  • Strontium: 8 - 10
  • Temperature: 72° - 78° F (22° - 26° C)
  • Salinity / Specific Gravity: 1.023 - 1.025
  • pH: 8.1 - 8.4

Diet & Nutrition

In the wild, Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia has developed a symbiotic feeding relationship with marine algae called zooxanthellae that is living within their tissues. But in captivity, you have to feed them with nanoplankton and you may add dissolved organics in the water.

Determining Sex

A mature tank is highly recommended in propagating Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia. They must be set at the botoom of the tank to simulate their natural wild environment.

Breeding & Spawning

The Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia requires moderate lighting and moderate waterflow.

Origination

The Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia can be found in the waters of the Indo-Pacific Ocean.

Caution

The Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia has a semi-aggressive behaviour. Proper spacing must be observed in relation to other coral species in the tank. 

Acclimation Process

The Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia is a marine species. Therefore, salinity must be maintained thoroughly at 1.023 to 1.025 specific gravity.

Venomous

The Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia has long sweeper tentacles that can sting nearby corals.

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Bio Hazard Bounce Mushroom Mushroom Rhodactis Discosomidae Rhodactis sp

In general, corals coming from the genus Fungia are solitary animals. Unlike your typical coral, Fungia coral is not composed of a colony, but instead, is a  single-polyp coral. It has a flattened skeletal structure that resembles like a disc. Its corallite walls are highly elevated forming plates and their mouth is located at the center.

As for the Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia, they are predominantly colored green. This are the water parameters for cultivating Bio Hazard Bounce Fungia: 

  • Calcium: 400 - 450 ppm
  • Alkalinity: 2.86 - 4.29 MEQ/L (8 - 12 dKH)
  • Phosphates: 0
  • Magnesium: 1200 - 1350
  • Strontium: 8 - 10
  • Temperature: 72° - 78° F (22° - 26° C)
  • Salinity / Specific Gravity: 1.023 - 1.025
  • pH: 8.1 - 8.4
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