Raja Rampage Chalice

by | Dec 3, 2015 | Corals, Reef, Science | 0 comments

This coral picture comes to us from Jason Fox Signature Corals.  Recently, I reached out to Jason to see if he had anything new coming out in the way of higher end chalice corals.  Above is a particularly stunning mycedium coral that Jason collected from Indonesia while he was on a dive trip three years ago. Jason named this the Raja Rampage Chalice. Jason tells us that it has a solid growth rate and that like many mycedium corals, this coral prefers low to medium lighting and moderate to low flow in the aquarium. Jason found the Raja Rampage while diving along a remote island where it was located on a ledge at a depth of 60 feet. The colors are simply amazing MORE

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