The Neon Green Frilly Mushroom Coral adds vibrant color to any tank. It is hardy and relatively easy to maintain, and that makes a very good choice for any aquarist. The Neon Green Frilly Mushroom Coral contains Zooxanthellae inside its tissues, which helps in manufacturing food using light energy. The Neon Green Frilly Mushroom Coral shows a symbiotic relationship with the same and gets its nutrition from photosynthesis. It is very easy to grow and propagate in captivity, which makes it a valuable addition to any reef tank. It should be kept in a tank not less than 1 gallon, and with low marine light. The Neon Green Frilly Mushroom Coral thrives well in a temperature range of 72-83 degree Fahrenheit, and with salinity of 1.020-1.025. It is semi-aggressive if they are placed near any corals, therefore make sure to leave 6-8? space between your mushroom and other corals. The Neon Green Frilly Mushroom Coral is a coral without a skeleton and its internal structures are the same as stony corals. Since it lacks the long feeding tentacles to capture prey, its little ridges do hold several types of stinging cells. The Neon Green Frilly Mushroom Coral can not tolerate high level of light, and should be kept in shaded areas, or it turns brown and fails to thrive. Also, the Neon Green Frilly Mushroom Coral can not handle high or moderate water flow, but can tolerate high levels of nitrate. The Neon Green Frilly Mushroom Coral can be found almost always at saltwaterfish.com at reasonable prices.