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Long Tentacle Coral

39 products
Plate Coral, Long Tentacle
(Heliofungia actiniformis)
Starting at $49.99
The Long Tentacle Plate Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral often referred to as a Heliofungia Plate, Mushroom, or Disk Coral. Its genus name, Heliofungia, was derived from the Latin words helios (sun) and fungus (mushroom), which describes its calcareous skeleton shape. With its long tentacles
Torch Coral
(Euphyllia glabrescens)
Starting at $39.99
…(LPS) coral, often referred to as Trumpet Coral or Pom-Pom Coral. It has long and flowing polyps with single rounded tips which are visible throughout the day and night, hiding its branching skeletal base most of the time. It may be brown or green with yellow on the tips of its tentacles. The yellow…
Plate Coral, Short Tentacle
(Fungia repanda)
Starting at $39.99
…Tongue Coral. It comes in a variety of colors, some very bright. They are very hardy corals that do not require intense lighting nor water flow.It is a solitary, semi-aggressive coral with shorter tentacles than its cousin the Long Tentacle Plate Coral (Heliofungia sp.). Even with short tentacles,
Plate Coral, Green - Short Tentacle
(Fungia repanda)
Starting at $59.99
…and to keep from being covered in sand. It is a solitary, semi-aggressive coral with shorter tentacles than its cousin the Long Tentacle Plate Coral (Fungia sp.). Even with short tentacles, it can still damage other corals that it comes in contact with. With placement in the aquarium, keep in mind…
Plate Coral, Orange - Short Tentacle
(Fungia sp.)
Starting at $69.99
…and to keep from being covered in sand.It is a solitary, semi-aggressive coral with shorter tentacles than its cousin the Long Tentacle Plate Coral (Fungia sp.). Even with short tentacles, it can still damage other corals that it comes in contact with. With placement in the aquarium, keep in mind…
Bubble Coral
(Plerogyra sinuosa)
Starting at $69.99
…much water flow may impede the coral from fully expanding. The fleshy polyps of Bubble Corals are very fragile and will puncture easily. Be careful when handling these corals, to only handle them by the hard skeleton. Because they can form long sweeper tentacles, be sure to provide plenty of room…
Slipper / Tongue Coral
(Polyphyllia sp.)
Starting at $29.99
long and narrow, and arched or flat in profile, hence the common name "slipper" or "tongue." It is usually brown, but may also be cream or green. The PolyphylliaThe Slipper Coral is a solitary, aggressive coral with short tentacles tipped in white which can inflict serious damage to other corals in…
Chalice Coral - Maricultured
(Echinophyllia sp.)
Starting at $189.99
…when housed in open areas.Chalice Coral can produce sweeper tentacles that can harm more docile corals and invertebrates. Be sure to provide sufficient space between the Chalice Coral and other corals because of its semi-aggressive temperament.Chalice Coral feeds mostly at night. Though feeding…
Brain Coral Goniastrea, Aquacultured USA
(Goniastrea sp.)
Starting at $59.99
…the beginner to expert hobbyist. The Goniastrea Brain Coral requires moderate lighting combined with medium water movement within the aquarium. Similar to its cousins, the Favia corals, the Goniastrea Brain Coral expands its sweeper tentacles at night well beyond the base. It is important to leave…
Green Eyed Blue Monster Echinopora Coral - Aquacultured
(Echinopora pacificus)
Starting at $49.99
…Echinopora Coral produces sweeper tentacles at night that can harm more docile corals and invertebrates. Be sure to provide sufficient space between the Aquacultured Green Eyed Blue Monster Coral and other corals because of its semi-aggressive temperament.The Green Eyed Blue Monster Echinopora Coral
Ritteri Anemone
(Heteractis magnifica)
Starting at $119.99
…It can grow to over three feet in diameter in the wild, although it generally does not grow larger than 1½ feet in the aquarium. Its tentacles have a long, non-tapering shape that may, on occasion, appear swollen at the tips. They can almost completely retract into the base.This Anemone requires…
Bubble Coral, Pearl
(Physogyra sp.)
Starting at $59.99
…will use its long sweeper tentacles to sting corals that are placed in close proximity to it. It can also sting the reef aquarist who tries to handle it while its sweeper tentacles are out, so precautions should be taken when doing maintenance in the tank. The Physogyra Pearl Bubble Coral requires…
"Mummy Eye" Chalice Coral, Aquacultured USA
(Echinophyllia sp.)
Starting at $99.99
…areas.The Mummy Eye Chalice Coral can produce sweeper tentacles that can harm more docile corals and invertebrates. Be sure to provide sufficient space between the Mummy Eye Chalice Coral and other corals because of its semi-aggressive temperament. The Mummy Eye Chalice Coral feeds mostly at night.…
Frogspawn Coral, Thick Branched
(Euphyllia yaeyamaensis)
Starting at $69.99
…Frogspawn Coral is a species of Euphyllia coral rarely seen in the aquarium hobby. Its fleshy round-tipped polyps instantly identify Euphyllia yaeyamaensis as a "Frogspawn" coral but upon careful observation, the unique features of this species become evident. Even when fully expanded, the tentacles
Micronesian Bubble Coral, Aquacultured ORA®
(Plerogyra sp.)
Starting at $44.99
…flow may impede the coral from fully expanding. Keep in mind the fleshy polyps of Bubble Corals are very fragile and will puncture easily. Be careful when handling these corals and to only handle them by the hard skeleton. Because they can extend long sweeper tentacles, be sure to provide ample…
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