The Colony Flower Tree Coral is commonly referred to as the Scleronephthya Strawberry Coral, or Pink or Orange Cauliflower Coral. It is easier to maintain, and sometimes gets confused with the Dendronephthya genus. Its stalks, branches and tips of coral features different shades of the same color. The Colony Flower Tree Coral is moderately difficult to maintain in the reef aquarium as it needs special dietary needs. With its vivid colors, the Colony Flower Tree Coral makes a beautiful addition to any aquarium. Since it needs greater degree of care, it should only be housed in an established reef aquarium by an experienced marine aquarist. The Colony Flower Tree Coral requires low lighting levels along with medium to strong water movement. It is peaceful in nature and generally won?t open up fully in direct water current, but as it starts acclimatizing, it grows fully in the water. Additions of strontium, iodine and other traces elements to the water are also required for its continued good health. Since the Colony Flower Tree Coral is not photosynthetic in nature, it doesn?t contain symbiotic algae and has to be given supplements. Therefore its diet should include live or frozen baby brine shrimps, zooplanktons, and other small foods designed for filter feeding invertebrates. The Colony Flower Tree Coral thrives well in a temperature range of 72-78 degrees Fahrenheit and pH of 8.1-8.4.