The Aquacultured Montipora is commonly referred to as Red/Orange Montipora Capricornis Coral. The Aquacultured Montipora is a tiny polyp stony (SPS) coral that is also called a Vase Coral. The standard size of the Aquacultured Montipora coral ranges up to 3 inches, so it should be kept in a tank of not less than 30 gallons. The Aquacultured Montipora Coral is peaceful in nature and can be positioned in close proximity with similar peaceful corals within the reef aquarium. The Aquacultured Montiporas is often considered as one of the easier to maintain SPS coral that can grow rapidly in a well-established reef aquarium. The Aquacultured Montipora usually requires medium lighting combined with a normal water movement in the aquarium. It requires calcium, strontium, and other trace elements as additional components in the water for its continued good health. The Aquacultured Montipora is fully encrusted that allows them to ship better with less stress as compare to newly fragmented corals. Depending on the lighting, change its position in the aquarium and keep its aquarium maintained by providing minimum of 3 watts per gallon lighting. The Aquacultured Montipora is very beneficial to feed it with foods designed for filter feeding invertebrates or micro-plankton. One more thing about the Aquacultured Montipora Corals is that it gets mounted over a piece of cultured aragonite which you can place easily and securely in between rockwork of the reef aquarium. With its beautiful colored polyp, the Aquacultured Montipora makes a captivating addition to a home aquarium and also adds splash of vibrant colors to the tank.