We stock a large variety of high quality soft corals. These can be seen and purchased in our stores show rooms. corals are not for sale via the website, as delivery can be highly stressful. However, if this is acknowledged we will be happy to send a selection of soft corals via courier. For more information on our current soft coral stock or to order specific soft coral please contact our orderline on 

01446 737210. 

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Soft Corals

Finger Coral

Finger Coral

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Alycyonium spp


Common Name: Finger or Colt Coral

Max Length: 6 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate, but need to be fed on phytoplankton.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep.Requires bright lighting.

Flexible Finger Coral

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Sinularia spp


Common Name: Flexable Leather, Finger or Slime Coral

Max Length: 1 m


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate, but these species need microplankton feedings for good growth.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep.Prefer bright lighting.

Leather Coral

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Lobophytum spp


Common Name: Leather or Finger Coral

Max Length:  1 m


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate, but do well on phyto- and micro- zooplankton. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep.Prefer moderate to strong currents with bright lighting.

Leather Finger Coral

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Cladiella spp


Common Name: Leather Finger, Cauliflower or Colt Coral

Max Length: 16 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate, but benefit from phytoplankton additions and do best in tanks with well developed sand bed infauna.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Require bright lighting.

Mushroom Polyps

Elephant Ear

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Amplexidiscus fenestrafer


Common Name: Elephant Ear Mushroom

Max Length: 18 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate, but needs to be fed. It is a fish predator, although it occasionally snacks on shrimp and crabs.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Caution ~ may eat fish and inverts. Prefer moderate to dim lighting.


Sold as individual polyps 8-12 inches.

Hairy Mushroom Blue Polyp

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Rhodactus spp


Common Names: Hairy / Furry Mushroom

Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: They do best in a tank that is well fed. Will occasionally close up and feed on larger particles, but often seem to harvest planktonic material from the water.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep.Often reproduce well. Prefer bright lighting and moderate current flow.



Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces,  5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1  to 4inch.

Hairy Mushroom Green Polyp

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Rhodactus spp


Common Names: Hairy / Furry Mushroom

Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: They do best in a tank that is well fed. Will occasionally close up and feed on larger particles, but often seem to harvest planktonic material from the water.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep.Often reproduce well. Prefer bright lighting and moderate current flow.



Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces,  5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1  to 4inch.

Hairy Mushroom Orange Polyp

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Rhodactus spp


Common Names: Hairy / Furry Mushroom

Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: They do best in a tank that is well fed. Will occasionally close up and feed on larger particles, but often seem to harvest planktonic material from the water.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep.Often reproduce well. Prefer bright lighting and moderate current flow.



Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces,  5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1  to 4inch.

Hairy Mushroom Purple Polyp

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Rhodactus spp


Common Names: Hairy / Furry Mushroom

Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: They do best in a tank that is well fed. Will occasionally close up and feed on larger particles, but often seem to harvest planktonic material from the water.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep.Often reproduce well. Prefer bright lighting and moderate current flow.



Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces,  5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1  to 4inch.

Knobbly Mushroom Florida Green Polyp

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Ricordea spp


Common Name: Knobbly or Bubble Mushroom




Max Length: 3 inch


Range: Caribbean


Feeding: Obtains much of its energy from zooxanthellae, but it can be fed plankton or enriched artemia.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well, prefers moderate lighting and current. Can be positioned in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold per polyp, varied polyp sizing up to 3inch.

Knobbly Mushroom Orange Polyp

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Ricordea spp

Common Name: Knobbly or Bubble Mushroom




Max Length: 3 inch


Range: Caribbean


Feeding: Obtains much of its energy from zooxanthellae, but it can be fed plankton or enriched artemia.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well, prefers moderate lighting and current. Can be positioned in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold per polyp, varied polyp sizing up to 3inch.

Knobbly Mushroom Tri-Colour Polyp

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Ricordea spp


Common Name: Knobbly or Bubble Mushroom




Max Length: 3 inch


Range: Caribbean


Feeding: Obtains much of its energy from zooxanthellae, but it can be fed plankton or enriched artemia.


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well, prefers moderate lighting and current. Can be positioned in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold per polyp, varied polyp sizing up to 3inch.

Mushroom Green Polyp

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Discosoma spp, Actinodiscus spp


Common Name: Mushroom Anemone, Marble, Warty, Metallic or Velvet 


 


Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Mushrooms have a tiny bump of a mouth and no feed tentacles. They are Zooxanthellate, but needs to be fed small particulate material and, occasionally, enriched artemia. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well. Prefer moderate lighting and current flow. This allows them to be placed in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces, 5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1 to 4inch.



Mushroom Green Spotted, Orange Polyp

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Discosoma spp, Actinodiscus spp


Common Name: Mushroom Anemone, Marble, Warty, Metallic or Velvet 


 


Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Mushrooms have a tiny bump of a mouth and no feed tentacles. They are Zooxanthellate, but needs to be fed small particulate material and, occasionally, enriched artemia. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well. Prefer moderate lighting and current flow. This allows them to be placed in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces, 5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1 to 4inch.

Mushroom Green Striped, Orange Polyp

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Discosoma spp, Actinodiscus spp


Common Name: Mushroom Anemone, Marble, Warty, Metallic or Velvet 


 


Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Mushrooms have a tiny bump of a mouth and no feed tentacles. They are Zooxanthellate, but needs to be fed small particulate material and, occasionally, enriched artemia. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well. Prefer moderate lighting and current flow. This allows them to be placed in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces, 5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1 to 4inch.

Mushroom Metallic Green Polyp

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Discosoma spp, Actinodiscus spp


Common Name: Mushroom Anemone, Marble, Warty, Metallic or Velvet 


 


Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Mushrooms have a tiny bump of a mouth and no feed tentacles. They are Zooxanthellate, but needs to be fed small particulate material and, occasionally, enriched artemia. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well. Prefer moderate lighting and current flow. This allows them to be placed in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces, 5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1 to 4inch.

Mushroom Orange Polyp

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Discosoma spp, Actinodiscus spp


Common Name: Mushroom Anemone, Marble, Warty, Metallic or Velvet 


 


Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Mushrooms have a tiny bump of a mouth and no feed tentacles. They are Zooxanthellate, but needs to be fed small particulate material and, occasionally, enriched artemia. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well. Prefer moderate lighting and current flow. This allows them to be placed in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces, 5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1 to 4inch.



Mushroom Orange Spotted, Green Polyp

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Discosoma spp, Actinodiscus spp


Common Name: Mushroom Anemone, Marble, Warty, Metallic or Velvet 


 


Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Mushrooms have a tiny bump of a mouth and no feed tentacles. They are Zooxanthellate, but needs to be fed small particulate material and, occasionally, enriched artemia. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well. Prefer moderate lighting and current flow. This allows them to be placed in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces, 5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1 to 4inch.

Mushroom Purple Polyp

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Discosoma spp, Actinodiscus spp


Common Name: Mushroom Anemone, Marble, Warty, Metallic or Velvet 


 


Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Mushrooms have a tiny bump of a mouth and no feed tentacles. They are Zooxanthellate, but needs to be fed small particulate material and, occasionally, enriched artemia. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well. Prefer moderate lighting and current flow. This allows them to be placed in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces, 5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1 to 4inch.

Mushroom Red Polyp

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Discosoma spp, Actinodiscus spp


Common Name: Mushroom Anemone, Marble, Warty, Metallic or Velvet 


 


Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Mushrooms have a tiny bump of a mouth and no feed tentacles. They are Zooxanthellate, but needs to be fed small particulate material and, occasionally, enriched artemia. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Hardy and easy to keep. Often reproduce well. Prefer moderate lighting and current flow. This allows them to be placed in most areas of the aquarium.


Sold in colonies attached to small live rock pieces, 5-10 polyps per piece varied polyp sizing 1 to 4inch.

Toadstools

Carpet Toadstool

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Sarcophyton trocheliophorum


Common Name: Carpet Toadstool or Leather Coral

Max Length: 1m


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Do not appear to feed in the aquarium, but do better in tanks that get relatively heavy regular feeds.


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer bright lighting, can tolerate dimly lit tanks.

Cat's Ear Toadstool

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Sarcophyton elegan


Common Name: Cats Ear Toadstool or Leather Coral

Max Length: 1m


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Do not appear to feed in the aquarium, but do better in tanks that get relatively heavy regular feeds.


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer bright lighting, can tolerate dimly lit tanks.

Hairy Toadstool

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Sarcophyton cinereum


Common Name: Hairy Toadstool or Leather Coral

Max Length: 1m


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Do not appear to feed in the aquarium, but do better in tanks that get relatively heavy regular feeds.


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer bright lighting, can tolerate dimly lit tanks.

Polyps

Green Mouthed, Orange Tentacled Green Button Polyp

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to approximately 60 Polyps 


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Lime Mouthed, Green Tentacled Green Button Polyp

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


 


Sold as colonies up to approximately 60 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Lime Mouthed, Green Tentacled Orange Button Polyp

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.



Sold as colonies up to approximately 60 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Lime Mouthed, Green Tentacled Purple Button Polyp

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.



Sold as colonies up to approximately 60 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Orange Mouthed, Brown Tentacled Brown Button Polyp

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.



Sold as colonies up to approximately 60 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Orange Mouthed, Brown Tentacled Pale Button Polyp

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.



Sold as colonies up to approximately 60 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Orange Mouthed, Lime Tentacled Brown Button Polyp

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.



Sold as colonies up to approximately 60 Polyps 

Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Orange Mouthed, Orange Tentacled Green Button Polyp

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.



Sold as colonies up to approximately 60 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Purple Mouthed, Green Tentacled Orange Button Polyp

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.



Sold as colonies up to approximately 60 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Brown Mouthed, Yellow Tentacled Brown Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Green Mouthed, Green Tentacled Blue Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Green Mouthed, Green Tentacled Brown Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Green Mouthed, Orange Tentacled Blue Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Lime Mouthed, Green Tentacled Yellow Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Lime Mouthed, Orange Tentacled Lime Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Pale Mouthed, Brown Tentacled Purple Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Pale Mouthed, Orange Tentacled Purple Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Pink Mouthed, Orange Tentacled Purple Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Purple Mouthed, Green Tentacled Orange Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Purple Mouthed, Orange Tentacled Purple Ultra Button

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies up to 20 Polyps 


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Steel Blue Ultra Button Polyps

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Zoanthus spp


Common Name: Button Polyps, Sea Mats or Zoas

Max Length: 0.25 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Usually get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellate byproducts. Will eat small particulate foods. 


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep and care for. Need bright lighting and moderate current.


Sold as colonies on rock


Image Taken under Blue Actinic Lighting

Daisy Polyps

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Clavularia spp


Common Name: Clove or Daisy Polyps

Max Length: 3 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellae


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer moderate flow and light intensity


Sold in colonies of approximately 40 polps 

Daisy Polyps Green

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Clavularia spp


Common Name: Clove or Daisy Polyps

Max Length: 3 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellae


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer moderate flow and light intensity


Sold in colonies of approximately 40 polps 

Green Star Polyps

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Pachyclavularia spp


Common Name: Star Polyps

Max Length: 0.5 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellae but do well with microphytoplankton supplements.


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer varied flow and light intensity

Yellow Polyps

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Parazoanthus spp


Common Name: Yellow Polyps

Max Length: 1 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Generally feed on small meaty foods and plankton


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer varied light intensity with low to moderate flow

Brown Waving Hands Coral

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Anthelia spp


Common Name: Waving Hands Coral

Max Length: 12 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. But will feed on foods such as artemia, rotifers.


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer moderate to bright lighting and turbulent currents. 


Sold as colonies on rock up to 4x4 inch

Cream Pulse Coral

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Xenia spp


Common Name: Pulse Coral, Pulsing Xenia

Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellae but do well with microphytoplankton supplements.


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer moderate to bright lighting and turbulent currents. 

Cream Waving Hands Coral

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Anthelia spp


Common Name: Waving Hands Coral

Max Length: 12 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. But will feed on foods such as artemia, rotifers.


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer moderate to bright lighting and turbulent currents. 



Sold as colonies on rock up to 4x4 inch




Grey Waving Pulse Coral

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Anthelia spp


Common Name: Waving Hands Coral

Max Length: 12 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. But will feed on foods such as artemia, rotifers.


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer moderate to bright lighting and turbulent currents. 

Silver Pulse Coral

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Xenia spp


Common Name: Pulse Coral, Pulsing Xenia

Max Length: 4 inch


Range: Indo-Pacific


Feeding: Zooxanthellate. Get most of their nutrition from zooxanthellae but do well with microphytoplankton supplements.


Aquarium Compatibility: Easy to keep. Prefer moderate to bright lighting and turbulent currents.