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Feeding: None - Photosynthetic
The corallite ‘eyes’ on this particular Mycedium robokaki stand out strongly and clearly on the corals surface. Jason’s actual parent colony within his amazing reef appears to be a ‘plate with eyes’. The corallite mouth or eye pupil is bright red/orange. The inner eye or corallite area is colored turquoise. This inner eye is surrounded by a dark green corallite ridge that almost appears to form the ridges and brows of an eye socket. In between the eyes this morph of M. robokaki has a bright green pigmentation that also appears to form some textured patterns on its surface.