Limited Edition Pandoras Favia Reeffarmers Seed Section. The Pandoras
Favia has a unique peach orange corallite pigment coloration. Corallite ridges are colored turquoise.
Pigment spots occur on the corallite ridges and over the corallite center.
The Pandoras Favia contains uniquely pigmented corallite centers. Peach colored pigments are intermixed
with pink to red pigments. On top of these colors there are spots of gold pigment. Corallite ridges
are colored turquoise with spot pigment. The edges of these ridges can be more bluish in color. Areas
inbetween ridges has spot pigment.
Reeffarmers acquired our seed of this coral from Ian Borchert from Santa Barbara. This coral was
originally found at Jeffs Exotic.
The coral prefers moderate current and indirect weak light from 20K Radium Metal Halide bulbs.
Steve Tyree is maintaining a seed section of this coral for Reeffarmers.com in an 125 gallon
naturally filtered TriZonal system. This system is naturally filtered with a semi-cryptic zone, a
semi-exposed zone and a reef flat exposed zone. In Steve's captive reef the coral is positioned to
receive weak light levels from a 400 watt 20,000 K Radium metal halide. The price of
this coral per small fragment consisting of 2 polyps is $65.00. The quarterly limited edition
reservation schedules can be found below.
Limited Edition Pandoras Favia Corallite Closeup.
The gold spots that occur over the peach orange corallite centers are visible in this closeup image.