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Name: Stolen Fire Chalice
Genus: Unknown
Type: Chalices

Photo Courtesy of: Reef Gen
Color: Green, Red
Feeding:
Flow: High
Lighting: High

One of the incredible red rimmed chalice corals. The Stolen Fire Chalice has a thick solid red rim that even develops on new cut areas. Sometimes turquoise colored rays can develop on top of the red edge band. This can give the red band a flame or fire appearance. Corallites are colored solid red. The surface of the coral is solid turquoise. Under 10,000 K it appears more green turquoise, while under 20,000 K it appears more blue turquoise. Red and orange lines can also develop on the surface. The turquoise base also contains some darker rays around the corallite eyes.

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