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Maze Coral

By: melev | Tags: | Comments: 0

I have a passion for Maze Corals. I'm not sure if it is in the SPS or LPS family, as it seems to have both attributes. This coral is a Colpophyllia natans, commonly can be found throughout the Caribbean, the Bahamas, south Florida and the Venezuela region. I do target feed it with Cyclop-eeze about once a week. At night, the green centers fluff out so that the coral's surface resembles a shag rug. It has done very well in my tank for more than a year, although the bottom edge (not visible) seems to have died away due to no exposure to light. I've not noticed any growth or expansion, but it does maintain what exists.