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INVOTM 0408 Favia pallida
This is generally a fairly hardy stony coral, yet if damaged, can suffer from tissue recession ...
Describer: (DANA 1846)
FOTMmarch 08 Nemateleotris magnifica
A long, slender fish. Face yellow, front half white, rear half red, with black second dorsal ...
Describer: FOWLER 1938
MINVOTMmar 08 Echinophyllia aspera
Even though a naturally fairly common species, it is only occasionally available in the trade. ...
Describer: ELLIS & SOLANDER, 1788
INVERT 0208 Lobophyllia hemprichii
This is a hardy and disease-free stony coral that is commonly available, often in different ...
Describer: (Ehrenberg 1834)
FOTM 0108 Ostracion cubicus
Bright yellow with black spots as juveniles. The fish darkens and loses the spots as it grows, ...
Describer: Linnaeus 1758
INVERT 0108 Heliofungia actiniformis
Locate on sandy or coarse substrate in areas receiving bright light and moderate water ...
Describer: (Quoy & Gaimard 1833)
INVERT 1207 Heliopora coerulea
This is a very hardy and disease-free coral, and quite common in the trade due to its abundance ...
Describer: (Pallas, 1766)
Parazoanthus gracilis
This is a beautiful and somewhat hardy animal if fed various meaty foodstuffs, e.g., cyclops, ...
Describer: N/A
FOTM 1007 Forcipiger flavissimus
Typical tall, laterally compressed butterflyfish body, plus a long, pointed snout. Top half of ...
Describer: Jordan & McGregor 1898
INVERT 1007 Cynarina deshayesiana
This is a beautiful and very hardy stony coral that is seen quite frequently in the trade. ...
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