|Care Level: Intermediate|
|Water Conditions: 74-78° F, dKH 8-10, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025, Ca 400-450, Mg1350, K+ 400|
|Color Form: red, yellow, purple, some blue|
|Supplements: Standard live reef chemistry|
|Origin: Doc’s Greenhouse, Found in Indonesia, South Pacific|
This beautiful Rainbow Favia is a true favorite among all hobbyist. It should be kept in moderate flow, and medium to high lighting. It has small sweeper tentacles so keep a fair distance between other corals in the tank. It is a fairly easy coral to keep in the aquarium, and popular among beginners to experienced hobbyist. Feed it phytoplankton and coral pellets a few times a week when it’s tentacles are out.Tentacles come out mainly at night. To get tentacles out during the day requires enticing the coral by feeding the fish or adding something like oyster roe.