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Favia sp.
Name: Fire and Ice Favia
Genus: Favia
Type: LPS

Photo Courtesy of: Reeffarmers
Color: Blue, Pink
Feeding: None - Photosynthetic
Flow: Medium
Lighting: Medium

Corallite ridges of this Favia can develop a bright blue pigmentation. The inner corallite areas are ringed with red pigments. Inside this Ring there is an inner bright blue area. The mouths of the corallites are colored bright red. These color pigments explain the corals name of Fire and Ice, which was coined by Mingwei. There are patterns that also develop inside the corallite areas and the coral may develop some additional pigmentation in captivity.

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