|Care Level: Easy|
|Temperament: High- sweeper tentacles|
|Lighting: Moderate to High|
|Water Conditions: 74-80 F; sg 1.023-1.025; pH 8.1-8.4; dKH 8-12|
|Supplements: Iodine, Trace Elements
Color Form: Pink, green, bicolor
|Origin: Doc’s Greenhouse, Malibu, Ca. Can be found: Indo-Pacific|
These frogspawn corals It requires moderate to high lighting and moderate flow. They come in a variety of colors such as green, pink, blue and bicolor. Euphyllia divisa are found in the Great Barrier Reef, and are considered to be one of the most beautiful of all the corals. Their polyps are extended day and night and frequently harbor small shrimps.
They have sweeper tentacles and should be kept at a distance from other corals in the aquarium.
Place it in a mid to high of the aquarium where it will get plenty of nutrients and trace elements.
Frogspawn coral benefit from a variety of different foods such as mysis, phyloplankton, zooplanktons, baby brine shrimp and cylopsis in their diet.