Corals

Corals

Corals are divided into three groups: Soft corals have spicules of calcium in their tissues but are not rigid skeletons. Since there typically contain algae, live well with a discreet lighting, but require more pure water anemones, very low in nitrates and other toxic compounds. The solitary corals build reefs but can not build calsicos rigid skeletons. One of the most popular member of the genus Fungia, coral fungus, which forms colonies in which each individual is an elongated polyp installed directly on the substrate which exhibits various colors. Reef-building corals are more difficult to maintain, requiring absolutely pure water and moving addition to the bright light, to stay alive in the aquarium. This explanation is the fact that only some species are open during the day to be enjoyed by the acuarofilo. If you feel strongly for this, choose the best species Goniopora are composed of large polyps characteristic way of many colors, many of which are open in daylight. They feed both their own algal plankton, so you have to occasionally feed them and keep them well lit.

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