Glove Polyps
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  • Glove Polyps

  • Clavularia sp.

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  • Tank Size:
    Tempermant: Semi-aggressive
    Lighting: Moderate
    Water Flow: Moderate
    Placement: Middle to Top
    Maximum Size:
    Coloration: Green, Tan, Pink, White
    Regions Found: Indo-Pacific Ocean, Indonesia
    Reef Compatible:
    Experience Level: Beginner
    Guarantee: Live Guarantee Available
    Water Conditions: 74-82° F, SG 1.020-1.027, PH 7.9-8.5
    Other Names: Snowflake Polyps, Eight Tentacle Polyps, Encrusting Polyps, Daisy Polyps, Clove (Daisy) Polyp
  • Description
  • The Glove Polyps is a stunning and very elegant polyp coral. Glove Polyps generally tend to be green, tan or white in color. Glove Polyps have very feathery polyps and will extend from a base fixed to live rock. Glove Polyps will grow and spread in an encrusting manner.

    Glove Polyps should be placed towards the middle to top of the tank. Glove Polyps do best with moderate flow rates and lighting. Once you place your Glove Polyps, just watch them over a few days to make sure that they don't look stressed. If you see any signs of stress, simply move your Glove Polyps slightly until they look healthier.

    Glove Polyps are very easy to care for corals. This makes them a great addition for beginner reef keepers. Glove Polyps are semi-aggressive and might aggravate other close by corals. Glove Polyps normally will not kill other corals, but can reduce their rate of growth and extension. Given Glove Polyps encrusting nature, make sure you plan ahead when placing them.

    Glove Polyps get most of their nutrition from your reef tanks lights and shouldn't need much additional food. If you would like to supplement your Glove Polyps diet, you can add mysis or baby brine shrimp as well as micro-plankton to the tank in the evening hours.

    Please feel free to contact us at any time if you have any questions about the Glove Polyps and if they're the right coral for your tank.

    Tiny: Up to 2.5", Small: Over 2.5-3", Small / Medium: Over 3-3.5", Medium: Over 3.5-4", Medium / Large: Over 4-4.5", Large: Over 4.5-5.5", Extra Large: Over 5.5-6.5", Extra Extra Large: Over 6.5-7.5", Show Size: Over 7.5"

    If you have any questions please contact Eric Cohen TankStop owner and well respected industry veteran.

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