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Green Fire Coral (11" 6 lbs)

Fire corals (Millepora alcicornis) are members of the Cnidaria phylum, and although fire coral looks like coral, it is a member of the class Hydrozoa and more closely related to jellyfish and other stinging anemones. Fire corals have a bright yellow-green and brown skeletal covering and are widely distributed in tropical and subtropical waters.

6 lbs, 4 x 8 x 11 inches


COR-FR-5
Sea shells & corals

$ 215.00

Fire corals (Millepora alcicornis) are members of the Cnidaria phylum, and although fire coral looks like coral, it is a member of the class Hydrozoa and more closely related to jellyfish and other stinging anemones. Fire corals have a bright yellow-green and brown skeletal covering and are widely distributed in tropical and subtropical waters.

6 lbs, 4 x 8 x 11 inches

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