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The Pink Millepora Coral (Acropora millepora) presents an illustrious pink exterior, making this shallow water coral unique and highly sought after.

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.

It is also important to note that most of these amazing aquacultured corals are fragmented from corals that have been raised in captivity for at least 3 or 4 generations. This makes these harvested corals hardier than their wild variety cousins. Being fully encrusted, allows them to ship better with less stress when compared to fragile and newly fragmented counterparts.

Ideally, the average Acropora species will thrive in a variety of lighting conditions, ranging from power compacts, VHO, T-5's up to the more intense metal halides lighting. Altering their placement within the aquarium is depended on the lighting positioned in the aquarium, and you must provide at least 3 watts per gallon using one of the lighting systems previously maintained.

These corals have relatively small polyps which equates them being a very poor aquatic predator. Oyster eggs, with a particle size of about 50µ, are a good food source for this species.

Virtually all Acropora Coral species are native to central Indo-Pacific and in south central Indonesia region of Bali and can be found all along the lower reef slopes and submerged walls. The genus Acropora is one of the most species-rich of stony coral genera.

Most species of Acropora Corals are green or brown, but a few are a dazzling colored, and those rare corals are prized by coral enthusiasts. Captive proliferations of these corals are widespread in the reef-keeping community. Given the right conditions, many Acropora Corals grow quickly, and individual colonies can exceed a meter across within their natural environment.

The Acropora Coral (Acropora suharsonoi) is a genus of small polyp stony coral found within the phylum Cnidaria family. Some of its most popular varieties of this coral include; the Table Coral, Elkhorn Coral, and Staghorn Coral.

Once this coral has started growing it will require a slow water flow and will require an increase of water flow as their density increases. It is extremely important that you provide your Acropora Coral a high level of water flow, otherwise these corals will be susceptible to infections, caused by the inability of the more dense centre's to build up waste this can become a breeding ground for bacteria leading to various disease problems.

The Acropora Coral is common in shallow reef environments; favor bright light, and a moderate to high water motion. If threatened, many small reef fishes live near their colonies and retreat into the thicket of branches. You might find your tropical fish very at ease sharing a tank with its natural ally.

Depending on the species and location, the Acropora Coral can grow as plates, broad or slender branches. Like other corals, Acropora Corals are colonies of individual polyps, which are roughly 2 mm across and share some tissue, as well as a nerve network.

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These corals require strong currents and thrive in environments with non linear flows through the day

These corals enjoy bright, dual tone lights throughout the day and use it to make food

Corals with many tentacles that requires a phytoplankton or food blend as food source

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