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Frogspawn Coral - 3+ Heads
Euphyllia divisa
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Tank Stats
Size: 3+ Heads
Care Level: Expert
Temperament: May sting other corals
Reef Safe: Yes
Diet: Strong Light, Medium Flow
Origin: Indonesia
Acclimation Time: Temperature Acclimate
Coral Safe: Yes
Invertebrate Safe:
Minimum Tank Size:

The Frogspawn Coral is a very beautiful coral to look at. It is a large Polyp Stony Coral that is very easy to aquaculture. The Frogspawn Coral needs to be fed periodically for it to gain proper growth. It requires moderate to high lighting levels and moderate water flow levels. The Frogspawn Coral can be very aggressive and therefore it is suggested to keep them at a distance from other corals. You can put them in the bottom of the tank. The Frogspawn Coral can be provided with calcium supplements, and with proper levels of salinity and stable pH that will give them a perfect environment to grow. Its flowing tentacles and tips are very colorful and look very pleasing in any aquarium. The Frogspawn Coral is also known as Honey Coral, Wall coral, Zig-Zag coral and fine grape coral. Its tentacles can give protection to some shrimps by providing them tasty meals with the help of their stinging tentacles. The Frogspawn Coral can be propagated in captivity. They are found in muddy substrates and reef slopes to depths of 130 feet. The Frogspawn Coral generally forms small colonies in waters that are turbid, yet gentle and enjoy indirect bright light. Its polyp grows larger during the day and only partially at night. These tentacles has thick and lumpy polyps with ??tips?? dotted over it and branched with some single heads. The tentacles of the Frogspawn Coral have a variety of colors from chocolate brown to tan, and green to yellow with pink, white or cream tips. They possess a symbiotic relationship with marine algae, known as Zooxanthellae, and receive their nutrients and in return the coral provides shelter to the algae.

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