Sanderia Malayensis, also known as fire jellyfish or Amakusa jellyfish has its natural habitat in the Indian Ocean.
Fire jellyfish feed mainly on other jellyfish, artemia and fish fry.
The poison of bred fire jellyfish is hardly detectable, nevertheless they can cause slight irritation in people with sensitive skin.
Our fire jellyfish are very young, so a maximum life span in your aquarium is guaranteed.
This jellyfish species is suitable for aquariums from approx. 50L content. Due to the long tentacles, the jellyfish population in the aquarium should be kept low, otherwise the tentacles will get caught in each other.
Service life: approx. 1 year
Food: Ear jellyfish, Artemia, fry
Distribution: Indian Ocean
Size: up to 20 cm
Toxic to humans: yes (rare)
Water temperature: 20 – 26°C
salt content: 29 – 35 ppm
PH: 7.9 – 8.4 pH
More interesting information about this jellyfish species:
Information on jellyfish farming:
Instructions – Jellyfish keeping