What you will receive – The staghorn coral will range 1-2 in diameter along with approximately 1 inch of Rainbow Pocillopora. You will receive your frag on a frag plug, 1/2-1 an inch of pavona and 1 inch of forest fire.
Montipora forest fire
Montipora forest fire provides long beautiful branches with vibrant reds followed by greens, that extends outward from the aquascape. Do be aware that montipora corals are fast growers that may shade corals underneath.
Discovered by Lamark himself in 1801, Pavona spp is primarily found in the Indo-Pacific. Pavona belongs to the family Agariciidae and is a stony coral. These are one of the easier SPS corals to care for, whilst been referred to as ‘Cactus Coral’.
Description – Acropora is a genus of small polyp stony coral in the phylum Cnidaria. This is one of the most successful species of SPS in the wild. In an aquarium, however, it is a different story. We only recommend Acropora’s to experienced reefers with a mature tank and stable parameters. Some of its species are known as table coral, elkhorn coral, and staghorn coral. Acros really have some of the most striking colours in the world of corals, complemented by a range of polyp action, ranging from big and fluffy to small and unnoticeable.
Description – Pocillopora is an SPS species is one of the hardier SPS corals you can buy. This frag is a species of stony coral in the family Pocilloporidae. It is native to the Indo-Pacific region and is commonly used in scientific investigations. However, in the world of SPS, this still means a great amount of care is still required, in the forms of stable alkalinity. They are commonly called cauliflower corals and brush corals.
Plating Montipora: medium to high light intensity
Flow – Medium to High
Placement in the reef– Mid-upper levels
Salinity – 1.024-26