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Species Name: Rhodactis rhodostoma

Authority: (Hemprich & Ehrenberg in Ehrenberg, 1834)

Common Name: Lime Elephant Ear Mushroom

Range: Central Indo-Pacific Ocean

Natural Environment: Inhabits reef slopes and reef shallows, sometimes where the nutrient level is more concentrated, i.e., bays, lagoons, and boat channels

General Husbandry: Sometimes called "Elephant Ear Mushroom Corals" because of their larger size. Do well in a temperature range of about 72 - 83ºF (22 - 28ºC). Their low cost and maintenance requirements make them very popular with reef keepers. They can be fed small pieces of fish/shrimp flesh.

Lime Elephant Ear Mushroom (Rhodactis rhodostoma) Photo

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