Name:

Acid Bath Chalice


Coral Type: Chalices


Scientific Name:
Genus: Unknown
Color: Purple, Yellow, Green
Feeding: None - Photosynthetic
Flow: Low
Lighting: Low
Photo Courtesy of: Reef Gen

The new Acid Bath Chalice is a brilliantly colored chalice that has an incredibly diverse array of pigment colors. Its main surface has blue, turquoise, pink, red and green color pigments. These pigments occur in spots and lines that are mixed and swirled all around the surface. The leading growth edges of the coral tend to contain primarily blue to turquoise to green pigments. The inner areas of the surface contain primarily red to pink to green pigments. Corallite eyes are a mix of yellow to lime green. Spots of pink areas can occur inside the corallite eyes.

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