WYSIWYG - What You See Is What You Get. You will receive the exact coral in the photo.
Lighting: Low to Moderate
Waterflow: Medium to High
Placement: Bottom to Top
Ideal Conditions: 75-79 F, Alkalinity 8-11, Calcium 400-440, Salinity 1.022-1.028.
Supplements: Two-Part, Magnesium, Trace Elements, Strontium, Coral Food.
Long, flowing and fluorescent. Can grow quickly under proper conditions. Torch Corals may sting other corals including other Euphyllia Sp. (Hammer and Frogspawns). Hammers and Frogspawns can be placed near each other. Feed meaty, large micron foods.
Euphyllia is a genus of Large Polyp Stony (LPS) coral that is known for its majestic appearance and ease of care. This coral is a popular choice for saltwater aquarium hobbyists due to its stunning beauty and hardy nature.
Euphyllia corals are colonial corals that form large, fleshy polyps on a stony base. The polyps are often brightly colored, with colors ranging from green to yellow to brown. The coral grows slowly, but it can reach a large size over time.
Care and Feeding: Euphyllia corals are hardy and relatively easy to care for. Here are some tips for keeping these corals healthy in your saltwater aquarium:
Lighting: Euphyllia corals prefer bright, indirect light. They can tolerate a wide range of light intensities. Some Euphyllia can tolerate direct intense light to bring out more color but need to be acclimated to higher light intensities.
Water flow: These corals prefer moderate to strong water flow. For the Torch corals, strong water flow can promote longer tentacle extension.
Feeding: Euphyllia corals are photosynthetic, but they will also benefit from being fed small amounts of food, such as phytoplankton or other micro-plankton.
Tips for Thriving:
Provide optimal water circulation.
Avoid placement near aggressive corals: Hammer, Octospawn and Frogspawn are peaceful with each other. Torch corals be aggressive towards these other Euphyllia coral and need to be placed with other torch corals.
In conclusion, if you're looking for a majestic and hardy addition to your saltwater aquarium, consider Euphyllia corals. With their stunning appearance and ease of care, these corals are sure to become a beautiful and low-maintenance feature in your tank.