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Australian Green Cup Coral, Turbinaria
The Australian Green Cup Coral, also known as Turbinaria Coral, is a large polyp stony coral that belongs to the family Dendrophylliidae. It has a cup-like shape with a flat top and can come in various shades of green, from bright lime green to dark emerald green. The Australian Green Cup Coral is native to the shallow waters of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, where it thrives in areas with moderate to high water flow and lighting. This coral is photosynthetic, meaning it obtains much of its nutrition from light and will require strong lighting to maintain its vibrant green coloration. The Australian Green Cup Coral also relies on the capture of planktonic organisms using its large polyps for supplemental nutrition. It is a relatively hardy coral that is easy to care for, making it a good choice for beginner and experienced reef aquarium enthusiasts. Additionally, this coral is generally non-aggressive and can be placed in a variety of locations in the aquarium, including on the substrate or attached to live rock. Overall, the Australian Green Cup Coral is a beautiful and fascinating addition to any reef aquarium.
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Green Short Tentacle Plate Coral (Fungia repanda) is a type of large polyp stony coral that belongs to the family Fungiidae. As the name suggests, it has short tentacles and a plate-like shape. It is commonly found in the Western Pacific Ocean, including Indonesia and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The Green Short Tentacle Plate Coral is a popular aquarium coral due to its hardiness and ease of care. It requires moderate to high lighting and moderate water flow, and can grow up to 12 inches in diameter. The Green Short Tentacle Plate Coral comes in a variety of shades of green, ranging from light green to a more vibrant green. It is a great addition to a mixed reef aquarium.
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The Orange Short Tentacle Plate Coral is a stunning addition to any reef aquarium with its vibrant orange coloration and short, stubby tentacles. This species of coral is relatively easy to care for and is known for its ability to grow quickly, making it a popular choice among hobbyists. With its flat, plate-like shape, it can serve as a beautiful base for other coral species to grow on and can create a striking visual display when placed in the right location within the aquarium.
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The Hammer Coral, also known as Euphyllia ancora, is a popular species of LPS (large polyp stony) coral in the aquarium trade. The branching variety of this coral has elongated, branching tentacles that resemble a hammer or anchor. This coral is relatively easy to care for and can thrive in a variety of lighting and water flow conditions. It prefers moderate to high water flow and low to moderate lighting, and it benefits from regular feedings of small meaty foods, such as brine shrimp or mysis shrimp. The Hammer Coral can come in a range of colors, including green, brown, and pink. It is a hardy and fast-growing species that can add movement and texture to a reef aquarium. It is also known to exhibit a unique behavior known as “sweeper tentacles,” in which it extends long, stinging tentacles to defend its territory against neighboring corals.