The Fine Grape Coral looks similar to its close relative the Frogspawn Coral, however it does not have branching polyps and each tentacle is perfectly straight with one contrasting tip. The Fine Grape Coral features brownish-green tentacles with yellow, cream, pink, lavender colored tips. It can be easy to moderate to care for, and since it is a big eater it grows rapidly if fed well. The Fine Grape Coral should be provided with sufficient lighting, and a moderate but turbid water flow. It will be the first to warn you that the water quality in the tank is less than acceptable. The Fine Grape Coral can propagate very quickly in captivity. It possesses a symbiotic relationship with marine algae, known as Zooxanthellae, and receives their nutrients and in return the coral provides shelter to the algae. Apart from this, the Fine Grape Coral may also capture planktonic organisms, food particles from the water column, and can absorb dissolved organic matter. This coral can be aggressive, especially when hungry, then their sweeper tentacles can reach 10 inches. Therefore, the Fine Grape Coral should be kept at a distance from other corals. It should be provided with calcium supplements, and with proper levels of salinity and stable pH that will give them a perfect environment to grow. The Fine Grape Coral thrives well in a temperature range of 74-83 degrees fahrenheit and specific gravity of 1.023-1.025. It looks beautiful under actinic lighting and creates a captivating addition to any reef tank. The Fine Grape Coral is found in muddy substrates and reef slopes to depths of 130 feet.