Chalice Coral Care Tips

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Chalice Coral Care Tips

Instant Set Glue Spray (affiliate link) – https://amzn.to/2E2bTR3 Chalice corals represent a large group of wildly disparate corals that share little in common past their flat, plate-forming appearance. There are over ten Genera of corals that are all grouped together and described as Chalices.

Chalice corals represent a large group of wildly disparate corals that share little in common past their flat, plate-forming appearance. There are over ten Genera of corals that are all grouped together and described as Chalices. Coming up with general care tips is tough for chalices because of how different some of the corals are from one another. For each of the recommendations bear in mind that they are merely guidelines that will give you a starting point to experiment with. My goal is to suggest parameters that will give the most kinds of chalices the best chance of survival.

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About Tidal Gardens: Tidal Gardens is a coral farm located in Copley, OH. We are constantly on the lookout for amazing new corals and attempt to propagate them sustainably. In addition, Tidal Gardens produces videos on a variety of reef related topics with a focus on corals and aquaculture. About Than Thein: Than Thein is the owner of Tidal Gardens, a coral farm located in Copley, OH. He has a background in biology, computer science, business, and law and left the corporate environment to farm corals. He is also a certified diver and specializes in underwater photography and videography.

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