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

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

The Triton Favia contains solid blood red corallite centers. The ridges of the corallites are primarily colored blue but also have green, pink and turquoise pigments. Pink pigments can develop in the inner corallite walls. Green lines appear to be able to develop along the outer edges.

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