Turbinaria Coral

Turbinaria Coral

Coral of the Week | Turbinaria Turbinaria is an SPS coral often referred to as Pagoda Cup Coral. Nicer varieties are generally Yellow or Green. This is a good choice for those who want to try growing SPS but want to start with a less demanding variety. This coral...
Frogspawn Coral

Frogspawn Coral

Coral of the Week | Frogspawn Euphyllia One of the popular Euphyllia corals, along with Hammer and Torch, the Frogspawn Coral is an aptly named a large polyp stony coral (LPS), as its polyps resemble a mass of fish eggs or frog eggs. There are many different color...
Blastomussa Coral

Blastomussa Coral

Coral of the Week | Blasto Coral The most important thing I have found to be necessary for success keeping Blastos is the placement in the tank. It can tolerate moderate light, but the heads will look larger and plump with slightly lower light. Low water flow is a...
Starry Blenny

Starry Blenny

Fish of the Week The Starry Blenny is also referred to as the Starry Lawnmower Blenny and is a nice alternative to the less spectacular common lawnmower blenny. It is interesting to watch them perch and hop from rock to rock looking for good places to graze. The...
Swallowtail Angelfish

Swallowtail Angelfish

Fish of the Week | Swallowtail Angelfish The Swallowtail Angelfish is also known as the Japanese Angelfish and reside in the northwest Pacific Ocean from southern Japan to the Philippines. They are reef safe and can be kept in small groups or harems consisting of one...
Favia Coral

Favia Coral

Coral of the Week | Favia Coral Favia are the most common and prolific coral in the world, but some varieties can still be expensive. They are very similar to the Favites coral and share many of the same common names, and sometimes being very difficult to...
Duncan Coral

Duncan Coral

Coral of the Week Duncanopsammia This popular Duncan coral is a great choice for beginners and experts alike. Duncans are harvested from waters in Australia and the Red China Sea and are also aquacultured so there are variations in color and price. This coral may...