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Brain Coral, Lobophyllia
Brain Coral, also known as Lobophyllia, is a type of large polyp stony coral found in shallow waters of the Indo-Pacific region. It is named for its unique appearance, which resembles the folds and grooves of a human brain. Lobophyllia colonies can grow up to 1 meter in diameter and have a variety of colors, including green, brown, yellow, and blue. They are typically found in areas with moderate to high water flow and moderate to high light conditions. Brain Coral is a popular choice for aquarium enthusiasts due to its unique appearance and hardiness. It requires moderate to high lighting and moderate water flow, and can be fed with small pieces of meaty food such as shrimp or fish. However, it is important to note that harvesting Brain Coral from the wild can be damaging to natural reef ecosystems, and it is recommended to purchase specimens that have been sustainably and responsibly sourced.
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Candy Cane Coral, also known as Caulastrea, is a type of LPS (large-polyped stony) coral. It is named for its resemblance to a candy cane, with alternating bands of bright colors such as pink, red, green, and orange. It is a popular coral in the aquarium trade due to its hardiness, ease of care, and striking appearance. Candy Cane Coral can be kept under a variety of lighting and flow conditions and prefers moderate water movement and nutrient levels. They are also known for their long sweeper tentacles which can sting other corals nearby.
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The CCGC Aquacultured Red Sea Pom Pom Xenia Coral is a beautiful and popular soft coral in the aquarium hobby. It has a pulsating, pom-pom like appearance and is typically a pinkish-red color. This coral is easy to care for and can grow rapidly in the right conditions. However, it should be noted that Xenia can release toxins into the water, so it is important to monitor water quality and maintain good filtration. Aquacultured specimens are a great choice for those who want to support sustainable practices in the hobby.
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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.