Coral is mounted on a 3/4″ frag plug!
We love getting in Unique pieces and this Yellow Master Acan Bowerbanki is no exception! We’ve had this colony for several months now and we finally have frags! This stunning piece is one of the nicest Bowerbanki’s we’ve ever seen and it’s finally time for a lucky collector to add this piece to their collection! The only question is… will it be you?
- Classification: (LPS) Acan Bowerbanki
- Level: Beginner
- Light Level: Low-Moderate
- Water Flow: Low-Moderate
- Disposition: Semi-Aggressive
- Water Conditions: PH:8.1-8.4, 72-78 F., specific gravity 1.023-1.025, dKH 8-12.
- Placement: Bottom- Middle
Formerly known as “Acans” or Acanthestrea and now remamed to Homophyllia bowerbanki, “Bankies” can have similar color patterns to that of other corals such as Warpaint and UFO along with many other color combinations. This variety of LPS coral will not disappoint in color and shape.
Homophyllia bowerbanki is an encrusting coral found from Australia to Japan in the Pacific and Indian Oceans. It is a relatively common coral that can fall prey to the destructive Crown of Thorns Starfish on the reef. This coral can also be found in the trade as more hobbyists are having success with aquaculture and propagation of this species. Care is relatively straight forward for Bankies. Place in the middle of the aquarium with moderate to strong water flow. These corals will appreciate larger foods such as brine shrimp and mysis shrimp.