Hexagon Brain Coral

Hexagon Brain Coral

Coral of the Week | Hexagon Brain Coral The Hexagon Brain Coral is similar to Favia Coral but is the sole representative of its Genus. It is distinguished by the hexagon shapes of its striated corallites. This beautiful encrusting coral is relatively easy to keep...
Acropora Corals

Acropora Corals

Coral of the Week | Acropora Acropora Corals are perhaps the most well-known and popular hard corals. With their beautiful coloration in many different shades and Shapes from branching to bushy, it isn’t hard to see why. As with most beautiful things, Acros come with...
Goniastrea Coral

Goniastrea Coral

Coral of the Week | Goniastrea Corals Goniastrea coral is like Favia brain coral and this coral provides a nice “POP” of color under blue lighting. This is a relatively easy coral to care for and is a great choice for beginning and experienced hobbyists...
Elegance Coral

Elegance Coral

Coral of the Week | Elegance Coral Elegance Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS which keeps its colorful polyps extended during the day. This is one coral that is good to show off under actinic lighting because of its fluorescent qualities. The most common color is gold...
Hydnophora Horn Coral

Hydnophora Horn Coral

Coral of the Week | Horn Coral Hydnophora Horn Coral is an SPS coral and like many SPS coral it can be difficult to maintain, but under proper care, it can be a nice addition to larger reef aquariums. Smaller specimens can be kept in smaller reef tanks but beware that...
Doughnut Coral

Doughnut Coral

Coral of the Week | Doughnut Coral The Doughnut Coral also called Meat Coral is a round solitary (LPS) coral. It is available in many different color forms from pastel to bright and translucent, to lower cost drab variations. The Doughnut Coral can expand to twice its...