The Clove Polyp, Clavularia sp., also known as the Daisy Polyp, features eight tentacle polyps that resemble a beautiful daisy. They are mainly found attached to a single piece of live rock. Clove Polyps are best kept in tanks with moderate lighting and moderate waterflow and away from other corals. They can propagate rapidly in the home aquarium forming mats or clumps and will encrust over adjacent live rock. A photosynthetic coral, the Clove Polyp will readily accept supplementary carnivorous foods. The Clove Polyp's amazing colors will provide your tank with a newfound beauty. Even when retracted the Clove Polyp's beautiful heads are visible. This unique and gorgeous coral is a great fit for most home aquariums as it is easy to care for and peaceful.
Really nice large piece.
I received a nice large piece of rock with a huge colony of these clove polyps on it. They are doing quite well and are colorful and nice to look at.