Pumping Xenia
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  • Pumping Xenia

  • Xenia sp.

  • Out of Stock

    Last In Stock Prices:
    Small - $82
    Small / Medium - $88
    Medium - $100
    Medium / Large - $112
    Large - $138
  • Tank Size:
    Tempermant: Peaceful
    Lighting: Moderate
    Water Flow: Moderate to High
    Placement: Bottom to Middle
    Maximum Size:
    Coloration: Multicolor
    Diet: Carnivore
    Regions Found: Indo-Pacific Ocean, Red Sea, Fiji, Captive Bred
    Reef Compatible:
    Experience Level: Intermediate
    Guarantee: Live Guarantee Available
    Water Conditions: 74-82° F, SG 1.020-1.027, PH 7.9-8.5
    Other Names: Red Sea Xenia, Spider Xenia, White Pom Pom Xenia, Blue Snowflake Xenia, Daisy Xenia, Long Bar Xenia, Pumping Pom Pom Xenia, Silver Tip Pom Pom Xenia, Pumping Xenia Cespitularia, Tall Pumping Xenia
  • Description
  • The Pumping Xenia is an extremely popular and interesting coral. Pumping Xenias have one stalk with a large polyp with 8 arms on them. Pumping Xenia are often found in many colors but tan, green and purple tend to be the most common. Pumping Xenia have an interesting behavior of pulsing, which adds a very nice sense of movement to your tank.

    Pumping Xenia should be placed in the bottom to middle of your tank and require moderate lighting and moderate to high water flow. After you have placed your Pumping Xenia, watch for any signs of stress. If you see any stress from your Pumping Xenia, simply move it a few inches and watch for improvement.

    Pumping Xenia are very peaceful corals and shouldn't bother any other close by coral neighbors. Pumping Xenia do have the ability to spread and encrust over your rock work, so many aquarists will end up putting Pumping Xenia on a lone rock island to keep its spreading under control.

    Pumping Xenia will get most of their nutritional needs through filter feeding and also through photosynthesis. Pumping Xenia hardly ever need supplemental feedings, but if you would like to supplement the diet of your Pumping Xenia, simply feed the tank small meaty foods like baby brine shrimp or plankton in the evening hours.

    If you have any questions about the Pumping Xenia and if it's the right coral for your tank, feel free to contact us at any time.

    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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