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Favia sp.
Name: Jambas Favia
Genus: Favia
Type: LPS

Photo Courtesy of: Reeffarmers
Color: Purple, Yellow
Feeding: None - Photosynthetic
Flow: Medium
Lighting: Medium

The first striking quality of the Jambas Favia are the unique color shades that occur within the corallites and along the inner ridges. Also rare to see solid orange golden corallites contrasting with inner pink ridges. Outer ridges are pigmented dark and can develop some bluish pigments. Edges of the coral can also develop green pigmentation.

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