Bowerbanki Coral

40 products


  • WC Master Bowerbanki (Signature) (Extremely rare) 10 Polips

    WC Master Bowerbanki (Signature) (Extremely rare) 10 Polips

    €1.499.00

    SKU: AB002


    Last stock! WC Master Bowerbanki (Signature) (Extremely rare) 10 Polips

    WC Master Bowerbanki (Signature) (Extremely rare) 10 Polips

    This is called in USA the ARC Master Bower, a unique master piece collected from my friend NIC from UCA In January 2023, this is our biggest frag with 10 Polips, ins a mini colonies fat and looking just amazing, with vibrant colours and that crasy master rainbow in a few polyps! Its a unique piece only for collectors who understand the value of a piece like this now.

    1 in stock   SKU: AB002

    1 in stock   SKU: AB002

    €1.499,00

  • Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    €399.00

    SKU: BB039


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB039

    1 in stock   SKU: BB039

    €399,00

  • Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    €559.00

    SKU: BB038


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB038

    1 in stock   SKU: BB038

    €559,00

  • Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    €559.00

    SKU: BB037


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB037

    1 in stock   SKU: BB037

    €559,00

  • Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    €699.00

    SKU: BB036


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB036

    1 in stock   SKU: BB036

    €699,00

  • Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    €199.00

    SKU: BB035


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB035

    1 in stock   SKU: BB035

    €199,00

  • Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    €199.00

    SKU: BB034


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB034

    1 in stock   SKU: BB034

    €199,00

  • Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    €599.00

    SKU: BB033


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB033

    1 in stock   SKU: BB033

    €599,00

  • Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    €1.499.00

    SKU: BB032


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Bowerbankis Ultra Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB032

    1 in stock   SKU: BB032

    €1.499,00

  • Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    €299.00

    SKU: BB031


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB031

    1 in stock   SKU: BB031

    €299,00

  • Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    €799.00

    SKU: BB030


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB030

    1 in stock   SKU: BB030

    €799,00

  • Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    €999.00

    SKU: BB029


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB029

    1 in stock   SKU: BB029

    €999,00

  • Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    €399.00

    SKU: BB028


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Bowerbankis Special Bleeding Apple Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB028

    1 in stock   SKU: BB028

    €399,00

  • Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    €299.00

    SKU: BB027


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB027

    1 in stock   SKU: BB027

    €299,00

  • Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    €299.00

    SKU: BB026


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB026

    1 in stock   SKU: BB026

    €299,00

  • Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    €599.00

    SKU: BB025


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB025

    1 in stock   SKU: BB025

    €599,00

  • Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    €499.00

    SKU: BB024


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB024

    1 in stock   SKU: BB024

    €499,00

  • Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    €1.499.00

    SKU: BB023


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB023

    1 in stock   SKU: BB023

    €1.499,00

  • Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    €1.599.00

    SKU: BB022


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB022

    1 in stock   SKU: BB022

    €1.599,00

  • Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    €1.499.00

    SKU: BB021


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Bowerbankis Raibow Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB021

    1 in stock   SKU: BB021

    €1.499,00

  • Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    €249.00

    SKU: BB020


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB020

    1 in stock   SKU: BB020

    €249,00

  • Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    €249.00

    SKU: BB019


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB019

    1 in stock   SKU: BB019

    €249,00

  • Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    €249.00

    SKU: BB018


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    Bowerbankis Purple/Green Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB018

    1 in stock   SKU: BB018

    €249,00

  • Bowerbankis Pink/Blue Bower

    Bowerbankis Pink/Blue Bower

    €499.00

    SKU: BB017


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Pink/Blue Bower

    Bowerbankis Pink/Blue Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB017

    1 in stock   SKU: BB017

    €499,00

  • Bowerbankis Pink/Blue Bower

    Bowerbankis Pink/Blue Bower

    €399.00

    SKU: BB016


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Pink/Blue Bower

    Bowerbankis Pink/Blue Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB016

    1 in stock   SKU: BB016

    €399,00

  • Bowerbankis Pink Bower

    Bowerbankis Pink Bower

    €249.00

    SKU: BB015


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Pink Bower

    Bowerbankis Pink Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB015

    1 in stock   SKU: BB015

    €249,00

  • Bowerbankis Pink Bower

    Bowerbankis Pink Bower

    €499.00

    SKU: BB014


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Pink Bower

    Bowerbankis Pink Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB014

    1 in stock   SKU: BB014

    €499,00

  • Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    €99.00

    SKU: BB013


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB013

    1 in stock   SKU: BB013

    €99,00

  • Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    €99.00

    SKU: BB012


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB012

    1 in stock   SKU: BB012

    €99,00

  • Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    €99.00

    SKU: BB011


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB011

    1 in stock   SKU: BB011

    €99,00

  • Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    €129.00

    SKU: BB010


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB010

    1 in stock   SKU: BB010

    €129,00

  • Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    €149.00

    SKU: BB009


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB009

    1 in stock   SKU: BB009

    €149,00

  • Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    €149.00

    SKU: BB008


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Bowerbankis Orange Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB008

    1 in stock   SKU: BB008

    €149,00

  • Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    €249.00

    SKU: BB007


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB007

    1 in stock   SKU: BB007

    €249,00

  • Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    €299.00

    SKU: BB006


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB006

    1 in stock   SKU: BB006

    €299,00

  • Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    €399.00

    SKU: BB005


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    Bowerbankis Gold Bower

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB005

    1 in stock   SKU: BB005

    €399,00

  • Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    €249.00

    SKU: BB004


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB004

    1 in stock   SKU: BB004

    €249,00

  • Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    €249.00

    SKU: BB003


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB003

    1 in stock   SKU: BB003

    €249,00

  • Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    €289.00

    SKU: BB002


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB002

    1 in stock   SKU: BB002

    €289,00

  • Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    €399.00

    SKU: BB001


    Last stock! Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Bowerbankis Bleeding Apple

    Name: AcanthastreaÊBowerbankiTemperature: 24-26C Flow: low-mid PAR: 25-50Water parameters: Nitrate 5-20 mg/l, Phosphate 0,05-0,15 mg/l Feeding: They are adept feeders that can grab and consume a wide variety of foods ranging from coral-formulated sinking pellets to frozen food such as brine shrimp, mysis, and krill. Care level:ÊEasy Location Acanthastrea are found around the islands of the Indopacific including Fiji, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Our Acanthastrea typically come from Australia. Lighting Acanthastrea can be kept under a variety of light conditions ranging from dim to medium-high lighting. Here we have them under very low light T5 bulbs and relatively low light LED's. It is important to note that these LPS change color dramatically depending on the light they are provided. Despite the change in appearance from light, it does not appear to affect the health of the coral, just the aesthetics. Water Flow We recommend keeping the coral in a low to medium flow area of the reef display. Too much flow could cause this particular species to become stressed and not extend fully. Lower flow also provides more opportunities for feeding which we feel is an important part of keeping Acans healthy. Feeding Acanthastrea in our opinion must be fed for long-term health. There are a variety of frozen fish foods available that make outstanding meals for Acans. We like to feed a mixture of meaty foods such as shrimp, fish, and squid with vitamin additives and highly unsaturated fatty acids (HUFA). Our Acans almost always have their feeding tentacles out (even during the daytime), which we view is a sign of good health. IÕve been feeding them primarily frozen shrimp, both krill and mysis for some time but recently IÕve been trying some powdered plankton foods. ItÕs hard to pay attention to every coralÕs feeding habits, but I decided to shoot some time lapses of this coral eating first just frozen, then a mix of frozen and Reef Roids, and then lastly just Reef Roids. At least with these specimens it looks like they took to the powdered foods pretty well, so thatÕs something to pay attention to.

    1 in stock   SKU: BB001

    1 in stock   SKU: BB001

    €399,00

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