Skip to product information
1 of 1

Salty Revolution

VM610 Map of the jungle mushroom, La Generale grade.

VM610 Map of the jungle mushroom, La Generale grade.

Regular price £29.00 GBP
Regular price £20.00 GBP Sale price £29.00 GBP
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

VM610 Map of the jungle mushroom, La Generale grade.

Individual heads of Tonga mushrooms (Rhodactis sp.) and Disco mushrooms (Discoma sp.), sold by the head. This is an aqua-cultured coral from Vietnam.


These aqua-cultured corals are more colourful than is typical for a coral of this type. Only the very brightest specimens are selected as parent colonies. Over time these corals have got better and better. By only farming from specimens that are as good, or better than the parent colonies before the colour of these corals is now the best they have ever been.

Sustainable coral farms like this are an important source of income for many families in Vietnam. By buying an aqua-cultured coral like this, you are helping to support those families, and also to reduce the amount collected from wild reefs.


Low light levels.
Low to medium flow rate.


All corals require reasonable water quality. Temperature and salinity should be kept as stable as possible, and low levels of nitrates and phosphates.


When you receive your coral ensure you do not place it in a spot that is too brightly lit. If a coral is in a spot that is a little low on light it will generally manage ok. If the spot is too bright it can bleach the coral. If in doubt as to the right spot too little light is unlikely to do much harm, compared to too much light.


The amount of flow a coral needs depends on the type of coral. See PLACEMENT above, or, contact us if you are unsure.


We recommend target feeding corals at least once a week You may also wish to add liquid coral food too. Soft corals and SPS should be fed primarily just liquid coral food, we recommend using Salty Revolution Coral Food 99. A completely revolutionary approach to coral nutrition. This is available here: CLICK HERE


Some fish may peck at or eat corals. Some inverts may also do so. If this is a species that does not eat coral in the wild, then chances are it is only doing so in captivity due to lack of food. Increase the amount of food and/or frequency of feeding. If they are a species that does eat corals in the wild then remove any fish or inverts that are harassing the coral.


All frags vary in size in appearance and so may be a different size, colour, or, shape, compared to the photo, which is shown only as a rough guide.


Some fish may peck at or eat . Some inverts may also do so. Remove any fish or inverts that are harassing the coral.


We deliver corals, inverts, fish, and, dry goods throughout the UK. You can buy online for pickup in store, or, UK delivery (delivery charge may apply). See the Salty Revolution Shipping Guide for more information on our UK delivery service.

View full details