Thank you for checking out our ReefNation's sustainably raised corals!
Pictures: Mother colony or typical frag size shown in picture.
Size: You will receive a .5-2" piece of this coral. If this is a zoa or
softy, we will get you 1-10 heads depending on largest available.
Shipping: Shipping will be a flat 45$ for Fedex 1030 overnight. Saturday
delivery pricing available upon request.
Arrive Alive Guarantee: Yes. But if something arrives dead, please reach out
to us asap. We would appreciate any DOA pictures within 2 hours of delivery
for claim submission. Please see our acclimation instructions for preferred
acclimation and reach out to us with any issues or questions. Let us know if
you have any questions or looking for something you don't see listed. Chances
are we might have it growing in our ReefNation network of coral growers.
Current ParametersWe recommend trying to replicate the parameters these corals
were grown in. This helps for an easy transition to your tank and helps the
corals get off on the right foot.
Placement: Mount your new coral using IC gel glue, putty, or a combinations of
both. Place the coral on a rock or ledge in a location that receives ample
lighting and random flow.
Water Chemistry: Alkalinty- 7.5-8, Magnesium 1290-1350, Salinity- 35 (@78F) ,
Calcium-440-475. Nitrate- 3-10, Phosphates- .01-.10
Lighting Intensity: 300-350 PAR Acropora corals require moderate to high
water flow and intense lighting to maintain proper color. T5’s, Metal Halides,
or LED’s can all grow acropora when the proper PAR levels are provided. We
recommend a 18-20K color spectrum for best coloration.
Flow: Medium to High. Our frag system has some major motion!
Feeding: ReefNation recommends feeding acropora corals with a combination of
foods like Detritus, Zooplanktons, Phytoplanktons, Amino Acids and other
Organic Proteins. A daily broadcast feeding while return and circulations pumps
are stopped will ensure the corals have the ability to consume the nutrients
Thank you for your business! We appreciate it!