Collection: Blastomussa

Blastomussa, commonly referred to as "Blastos," is a genus of Large Polyp Stony (LPS) corals favored in the marine aquarium hobby for its distinct and striking appearance. These corals are characterized by their large, round polyps that often resemble a bunch of grapes.

Blastomussa corals exhibit a variety of deep, rich colors, often with contrasting centers and skirts, making them visually captivating additions to reef tanks. They are known for being relatively hardy and are suitable for a range of aquarists, from beginners to experts. These corals prefer low to moderate lighting and water flow, making them versatile for different tank placements.

In terms of care, Blastomussa corals are somewhat more forgiving than other LPS corals, though they still benefit from stable water parameters and occasional feedings of small meaty foods. They typically grow in a compact, clumping form, adding a unique textural element to the aquarium landscape.

In natural reef environments, Blastomussa contributes to the ecosystem's diversity and offers shelter to various small marine organisms. Their adaptability and striking appearance have made them a popular choice for enhancing the biodiversity and aesthetic appeal of home aquariums.

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