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  1. Acanthastrea Echinata Red (Acan Brain Coral) WYSIWYG
    £100.00
    Acans generally have large corallites (8-15mm) with small teeth or lobes on their septa, as well as well-developed columellae. In the wild, they're found mostly in shallow water to about 20m,... Learn More
  2. Acanthastrea Echinata Red (Acan Brain Coral) WYSIWYG
    £100.00
    Acans generally have large corallites (8-15mm) with small teeth or lobes on their septa, as well as well-developed columellae. In the wild, they're found mostly in shallow water to about 20m,... Learn More
  3. Blood Red Acanthastrea Echinata (Acan Brain Coral) WYSIWYG
    £90.00
    Acans generally have large corallites (8-15mm) with small teeth or lobes on their septa, as well as well-developed columellae. In the wild, they're found mostly in shallow water to about 20m,... Learn More
  4. Brown Cabbage Leather Coral
    £25.00
    The Cabbage Leather Coral is also referred to as Flat Leather Coral, Flower Leather Coral, or Carpet Coral. It is found in a variety of colors, usually tan to brown with lighter striations. Its... Learn More
  5. Candy Cane Coral 7+ Heads
    £45.00
    The Caulastrea Candy Cane Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral often referred to as the Trumpet, Torch, Candy, or Bullseye Coral. Its genus name, Caulastrea, comes from the... Learn More
  6. Euphyllia Ancora Green Coral (Wall Hammer Coral) WYSIWYG
    £70.00
    Its skeleton grows in a continuous meandering fashion and is frequently referred to as the 'wall' hammer coral to differentiate it from the 'branching' hammer corals which have multiple heads that... Learn More
  7. Euphyllia Ancora Purple (Wall Hammer Coral) WYSIWYG
    £65.00
    Its skeleton grows in a continuous meandering fashion and is frequently referred to as the 'wall' hammer coral to differentiate it from the 'branching' hammer corals which have multiple heads that... Learn More
  8. Florescent Green Galaxea Crystal Coral
    £60.00
    The Galaxea Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral and often referred to as the Tooth, Star, Crystal, Starburst, Brittle, or Galaxy Coral. Learn More
  9. Fluorescent Green Mushroom Rock
    £35.00
    Fluorescent Green Mushroom Rock with 20+ Heads Learn More
  10. Fluorescent Green Speckled Mushroom Rock
    £25.00
    Fluorescent Green Speckled Mushroom Rock with 3+ Heads Learn More
  11. Fluorescent Green Speckled Mushroom Rock
    £25.00
    Fluorescent Green Speckled Mushroom Rock with 3+ Heads Learn More
  12. Green Cabbage Leather Coral
    £25.00
    The Cabbage Leather Coral is also referred to as Flat Leather Coral, Flower Leather Coral, or Carpet Coral. It is found in a variety of colors, usually tan to brown with lighter striations. Its... Learn More
  13. Green Fungia Plate Coral
    £65.00
    The Pinwheel Plate Coral is a true show-stopper that combines uncommon coloration and patterning to mesmerizing effect.  Learn More
  14. Green Galaxea Crystal Coral
    £60.00
    The Galaxea Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral and often referred to as the Tooth, Star, Crystal, Starburst, Brittle, or Galaxy Coral. Learn More
  15. Green Star Polyps (GSP Coral) WYSIWYG
    £30.00
    The Starburst Polyps are also referred to as Star, Eight Tentacle, Mat, or Daisy Polyps. They are usually white or brown with a white dot in the center of each polyp, although, some more rare... Learn More
  16. Large Brown Cabbage Leather Coral
    £25.00
    The Cabbage Leather Coral is also referred to as Flat Leather Coral, Flower Leather Coral, or Carpet Coral. It is found in a variety of colors, usually tan to brown with lighter striations. Its... Learn More
  17. Medium Brown Cabbage Leather Coral WYSIWYG
    £25.00
    It is semi-aggressive and needs space between itself and other corals in the reef aquarium. Some species are toxic to stony corals. It is very easy to maintain in the reef aquarium and makes an... Learn More
  18. Medium Brown Cabbage Leather Coral WYSIWYG
    £25.00
    It is semi-aggressive and needs space between itself and other corals in the reef aquarium. Some species are toxic to stony corals. It is very easy to maintain in the reef aquarium and makes an... Learn More
  19. Metallic Green Goniopora (Flower Pot Coral) WYSIWYG
    £80.00
    The Green Goniopora is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral often referred to as Flower Pot, Ball, Daisy, or Sunflower Coral. The flower names refer to its appearance when all of its polyps are opened.... Learn More
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