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Species Name: Tubipora musica

Authority: Linnaeus, 1758

Common Name: Organ Pipe Coral

Range: Western Pacific Ocean: South of Japan, west to Africa's East Coast, and throughout the Red Sea

Natural Environment: Inhabits upper reef slopes

General Husbandry: Has a temperature range of 72 to 81°F (22 - 27°C). Seems to prefer moderate light, occasional swift water movement and have found it susceptible to bristle worms. Used extensively in the jewelry trade.

Organ Pipe Coral (Tubipora musica) Photo Credit:Bob Goemans

Photo Credit: Bob Goemans


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