The Star Polyp Pink is a very good choice for beginner aquarists, since it is quite easy to handle and maintain. It features small star like pink polyps and it encrusts the substrate as a pink mat. It thrives well in moderate to high lighting and water flows as well, along with temperature range of 75øF - 84øF, so that this balanced water parameters will even allow you to make your own PSP frags once this grows inside. You can safely keep the Star Polyp Pink away from other corals, since it doesn?t have any offensive weapons other than claming territory by encrusting it. Therefore, a spacious room is required for it to grow properly, or else if it gets stung, then the poison will cause it to remain retracted and slowing their growth rates. It undergoes photosynthesis, and presence of zooxanthellae inside its tissue manufactures food and provides nutrition and energy to the Star Polyp Pink. Avoid blasting them with power heads or they may stay retracted. The Star Polyp Pink can easily propagate and grow easily in any tank. The Star Polyp Pink benefits from the occasional bit of raw table shrimp, frozen mysis shrimp or silverside once a week. It can also be target fed with a turkey baster. The Star Polyp Pink should not be housed with hermit crabs or emerald crab, as it can feed over it. Make sure to keep the water in good quality along with well-illuminated. It grows easily and its fragments can be share with friends too. It looks amazing under actinic light with its swaying movement in the current.