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Pseudocorynactis

Believe it or not Pseudocorynactis is actually a type of mushroom. Although a common name for this corallimorph is an orange ball anemone, th...
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Pavona

Pavonas, also known as Cactus Coral, are not only one of the most beginner-friendly SPS corals out there, but also one of the most beginner-f...
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Ricordea Mushroom

Mushrooms from the genus Ricordea are a highly desirable Corallimorph in the reef aquarium hobby due to their unique bubble-like appearance. ...
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Discosoma

When people first get into the reef aquarium hobby they often ask us about hardy corals that are good for beginners, and my first suggestion ...
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Pipe Organ

Pipe Organ Corals of the Genus Tubipora are a unique soft coral in that they grow a network of calcium-based tubes that take on a bright red ...
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Candy Cane

Caulastrea, commonly called trumpet corals or candy cane corals, are great beginner-friendly LPS corals.
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Stylocoeniella

Stylocoeniella are an encrusting stony coral that has features similar to small polyp stony corals such as Montipora but also bear some simil...
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Trace Elements

What are trace elements exactly and what role do they play in our reefs? To put it simply, trace elements are elements that appear in very sm...
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Plate Corals

This article is all about plate corals from the family Fungiidae.
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Goniopora Coral

This article is all about Flowet Pot Corals of the Genus Goniopora.
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Sun Coral

Sun corals of the Genus Tubastraea get their name from their bright yellow coloration and sun-like appearance of each polyp. Despite their b...
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Leptoseris Coral

This article is all about Leptoseris. What kind of tank is Leptoseris best suited for? I see this coral being used as a ground cover in SPS...
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Clove Polyps

This coral spotlight article is all about Clove Polyps of the Genus Clavularia. Clove polyps can be a versatile addition to a number of diff...
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Montipora Corals

Montipora are arguably the second most popular small polyp stony coral behind Acropora. This is for good reason. Montipora possess both div...
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Lobophyllia Corals

Lobophyllia Brain Corals, sometimes called Open Brain Corals, are a very popular large polyp stony coral and come in a wide variety of colors...
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Scolymia Corals

Scolymia are one of the most highly sought after large polyp stony corals in the reef keeping hobby. They’ve been popular ever since intense...
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Coral Aggression & Placement

Just under a coral reef’s veneer of peace and tranquility lies a world of aggression and endless warfare between the constituent corals on th...
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Rhodactis Mushrooms

Rhodactis mushroom corals are corallimorphs of the order Corallimorpharia. They are an oddity in terms of classification. Because of their ...
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Alveopora Corals

This article is all about Alveopora. Alveopora is a large polyp stony coral that has a beautiful flower-like appearance. They aren’t the mo...
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Anacropora Corals

Anacropora are often lumped in with similar SPS corals such as Acropora or Montipora but exist in their own Genus. Anacropora can be thought ...
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