This beautiful little Xenia has very delicate tentacles that pulse quite rapidly. This Xenia is called the Portland Pulser because years ago we traded it with a friend who lives in Portland, Oregon. During the last six years we have been able to collect over a dozen distinct strains of pulsing Xenia. Different strains of Xenia not only have different body forms and color, but they also have completely different methods of pulsing.
This group of Xenia has long stalks, delicate polyps, and they pulse almost one hundred percent of the time. Xenia grow very well in the same tanks that support sps corals such as a beautiful purple Acropora in the background. Many Xenias have distinct two colored polyps. This Xenia has cream-colored ribs and light brown polyps.
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