The Hurricane Zoanthids Coral gets its name from the University o Miami Hurricanes Team - Orange and Green - a bright and beautiful combination.
Creating your very own reef garden is an easy undertaking and we give a complete DIY on creating your very own reef garden on our blog post on create your reef garden as well as our video DIY your own reef tank garden.
We recommend phyto and/ or reefroids for feeding these amazing animals. We have an in-depth blog post about feeding corals that you can read. While we recommend medium flow and medium light, these palys are very hardy and will handle most any condition. These make great starter corals however they are aggressive growers and will takeover your saltwater aquarium if not managed.
Non-fussy corals that are robust and can thrive in a wide spectrum of light sources
These corals require steady water movement which can be turbulent or low-grade non linear currents
Photosynthetic corals best suited for tanks with plenty of shade from direct light
Corals with many tentacles that requires a phytoplankton or food blend as food source