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Torch

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Torch Coral
(Euphyllia glabrescens)
Starting at $39.99
The Euphyllia Torch Coral is a large polyp stony (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…
Micronesian Torch Coral, Aquacultured ORA®
(Euphyllia glabrescens)
Starting at $34.99
…Micronesian Torch Coral will also require the addition of calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water.The ORA Aquacultured Micronesian Torch Coral will benefit from additional food fed weekly in the form of micro-plankton or brine shrimp.The ORA Aquacultured Micronesian Torch Coral is…
Marshall Island Hammer Coral, Aquacultured ORA®
(Euphyllia ancora)
Starting at $34.99
…green or yellow tips on the ends of its tentacles that glow under actinic lighting. Some varieties may be branched which makes them look similar to a Torch Coral (E. glabrescens).The ORA Aquacultured Hammer Coral is moderately difficult to maintain, but with proper water conditions in an established…
Frogspawn Coral, Thick Branched
(Euphyllia yaeyamaensis)
Starting at $69.99
The Thick Branched 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…
Hammer Coral
(Euphyllia ancora)
Starting at $119.99
…green or yellow tips on the ends of its tentacles that glow under actinic lighting. Some varieties may be branched which makes them look similar to a Torch Coral (E. glabrescens).It is moderately difficult to maintain, but with proper water conditions in the aquarium, it will thrive. It will require…
Hammer Coral, Branching
(Euphyllia ancora)
Starting at $39.99
…green or yellow tips on the ends of its tentacles that glow under actinic lighting. Some varieties may be branched which makes them look similar to a Torch Coral (E. glabrescens).It is moderately difficult to maintain, but with proper water conditions in the aquarium, it will thrive. It will require…
Grape Coral, Aquacultured USA
(Euphyllia cristata)
Starting at $29.99
Be one of the first in your reef club to bring home Euphyllia cristata! With its tightly-clustered appearance and magnificent coloration, the Grape Coral makes a perfect addition to your reef aquarium. Similar to Frogspawn coral (Euphyllia paradivisa), Euphyllia cristata features distinctively…
Trumpet Coral
(Caulastrea curvata)
Starting at $34.99
The Trumpet Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral often referred to as the Trumpet, Torch, Candy, or Bullseye Coral. The skeleton of this species is branched out of a central base, and terminates into a large head that resembles a trumpet. A large fleshy polyp covers the each head of the colony,…
Hammer Coral, Aquacultured
(Euphyllia ancora)
Starting at $29.99
…green or yellow tips on the ends of its tentacles that glow under actinic lighting. Some varieties may be branched which makes them look similar to a Torch Coral (E. glabrescens).It is moderately difficult to maintain, but with proper water conditions in the aquarium, it will thrive. It will require…
Big Pipe Trumpet Coral, Green
(Caulastrea echinulata)
Starting at $59.99
…centerpiece or as an engaging conversation piece.The Green Big Pipe Trumpet Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral that often shares the common names Torch Coral, Candy Coral, or Bullseye Coral. As such, proper identification of Caulastrea echinulata is often a topic of conversation. Compared to…
Candy Cane Coral
(Caulastrea furcata)
Starting at $19.99
The Caulastrea Candy Cane Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral often referred to as the Trumpet, Torch, Candy, or Bullseye Coral. Its genus name, Caulastrea, comes from the Latin kaulos (stalk), and aster (star) describing its skeletal structure consisting of tubular stalks with stars on each…
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