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Species Name: Nemenzophyllia turbida

Authority: Hodgson & Ross, 1981

Common Name: Fox/Jasmine/Ridge Coral

Range: Western Pacific Ocean

Natural Environment: Turbid or sheltered reef environments

General Husbandry: Has a temperature range of 74 to 83°F (23 - 28°C). Requires medium, indirect light. Prefers gentle water movement, will not tolerate hair algae, and will take occasional feedings of zooplankton, e.g., baby brine shrimp.

Fox/Jasmine/Ridge Coral (Nemenzophyllia turbida) Photo Credit:Bob Goemans

Photo Credit: Bob Goemans


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