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Tonga, Fiji, Solomon, Jakarta
Calcium, Strontium, Iodine
Other Common Names
Trumpet Coral, Pom Pom Coral
Branching Torch Corals are one of the prettiest of the Large Polyp Stony Corals and also one of the more difficult of the Euphyllia Species as it requires more intense light than itís other cousins. The color of the Torch Corals varies due to lighting and feedings. With the proper lighting and diet you can enhance the coloration over a period of time. Euphyllia corals prefer moderate light. (A good example of moderate light is a 65 watt light over a 25 gallon aquarium). Torch corals should be placed as high as possible in aquariums lit similar to the aforementioned where itís other cousins (Frogspawn and Hammer) can be placed mid-level in the aquarium.
Though these corals are mostly photosynthetic, they benefit from the occasional bit of raw table shrimp, frozen mysis shrimp or silverside once a week. It is best to feed these corals when the lights are on as they somewhat retract at night. Can be target fed with a turkey baster.
Torch Coral, Tiny: up to 2.5", Tonga
Torch Coral, Small: over 2.5-3", Tonga
Torch Coral, Medium: over 3-4", Tonga
Torch Coral, Large: over 4-5.5", Tonga
Due to availability and individuality of each species, colors and sizes may vary.
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