Orange Ricordea are desirable members of the Ricordea family.
Ricordea come in a wide range of different sizes, shapes and colour variations.
They are usually hardy and an ideal candidate for propagation in the home aquarium, as they will more than happily multiple on their own.
There are two types of ricordea, with Florida's being easier to keep then Yumas
This coral prefers lower lighting, and lower flow.
High levels of light can cause the coral to retract and too much flow may cause them to release themselves from the rockwork and float around the tank, looking for a more appropriate location to settle.
In addition to this, it will also require the correct levels of Calcium, Alkalinity, and Magnesium along with various other trace elements found in natural seawater.
Additional feeding isn't required to maintain its health, as they get the majority of their food from photosynthesis. However, they will eat both small and large food items.
Care Level - Easy
Flow - Low
Lighting - Lower end but can tolerate a wide range of lighting
Temperament - Peaceful
Frags of this coral are per head
Due to variations within species, your item may not look identical to the image provided.