Collection: Euphyllia

Euphyllia corals are a popular genus of Large Polyp Stony (LPS) corals in the marine aquarium hobby, known for their distinctive and attractive appearance. These corals are characterized by their long, flowing tentacles and a hard, calcareous skeleton.

Key species within the Euphyllia genus include:

Hammer Coral (Euphyllia ancora): Named for its hammer- or anchor-shaped tentacles, this coral is a favorite for its unique structure and movement.

Frogspawn Coral (Euphyllia divisa): With tentacles resembling a mass of frog eggs, this species is known for its striking appearance and can come in various colors.

Torch Coral (Euphyllia glabrescens): Featuring long, flowing tentacles with glowing tips, the Torch Coral is especially prized for its dynamic appearance in water flow.

Euphyllia corals generally require moderate care. They thrive in environments with moderate lighting and water flow, and they need good water quality to maintain health and coloration. These corals can be aggressive, extending their tentacles to sting neighboring corals, so adequate space is crucial in the aquarium.

In natural reef ecosystems, Euphyllia corals provide shelter and habitat for a variety of marine life. In aquariums, their movement and color add visual appeal and a sense of depth. These corals are popular among aquarists for their beauty and the dramatic effect they bring to reef tanks.

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