It is known to roll like a newspaper, and so it gets its name: Scroll Coral. Under bright light, its colonies grow in a close cup or tightly rolled manner, while in lower-light colonies it tends to be flatter. With its beautiful color, the Scroll Coral adds a splash of yellow, brown or red color in the tank, since it can be any of these shades. The Scroll Coral is commonly known as Cup, Vase, Pagoda, Turban and Ruffled Ridge Corals. The Scroll Coral features a delicate skeletal structure and many small polyps, therefore addition of calcium is necessary in its growth. Though the Scroll Coral has very delicate structure, but it is hardy and makes a good choice for aquarists of all levels. Make sure to place the Scroll Coral properly so that debris doesn?t get accumulated in the coral, because it can damage the coral by causing infection. Although the Scroll Coral undergoes photosynthesis and manufactures food using light, it can be given meaty food items like brine shrimp, plankton, cyclopeeze for its continued good health. The Scroll Coral doesn?t open up properly but once it is acclimatized, it extends its feeding tentacles during the day. The Scroll Coral is peaceful in nature and makes a good inhabitant in any home aquarium. The Scroll Coral thrives well in a temperature range of 72-78 degrees Fahrenheit and pH of 8.1-8.4. The Scroll Coral grows quickly and makes a good choice for an aquarium.