cervicornis is an attractive specimen that grows in shallow water, but can
be found as deep as 50 feet. This particular species features
flat, spiral shaped blades, olive brown or golden in color. They
blades have a smooth, shiny appearance with little to no
iridescence as in many other varieties. A very hardy specimen in
the aquarium that will not typically grow out of control, but
should be thinned out regularly to maintain the colony. Size is
between 6-8" in diameter.