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Acropora Corals

Acropora corals are one of the primary reef builders in world's oceans and they are highly sought after by reef tank hobbyists for their remarkable growth rates and intense colors. There are hundreds of different species. You can find them sporting colors all across the board such as baby blue, green, purple, brown, yellow, etc. Fragging acropora is an exciting hobby if you have a good base to start with. There is a demand acro's, especially tank grown since it helps lessen the burden on the reefs and most educated hobbyists nowadays will pay more knowing that the acropora the are purchasing was captive grown.


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ORA Captive Grown Acropora Packages
Acropora sp.
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Description ORA Captive Grown Acropora Packages are either 3, 5 or 7 acropora, combined to give you a good variety of both color and species. One very important point to consider when purchasing this package is that these acropora are not just mounted frags. Think of ORA's Captive grown (also called Aquacultured) Acropora as Baby SPS acro's all sized between 1-1/2 and 3 inches and are all mounted on 1/2 inch diameter plugs.

Care Level Moderate

Garf Purple Bonsai Garden Acropora, Captive Grown
Acropora sp
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Description The GARF Purple Bonsai stands out due to it’s solid purple coloration and bright green polyps. The Purple Bonsai Garden is hardy and tolerant of different lighting and flow. Frags vary from 1-1/2 to 2 inches. It is also important to note that our captive grown corals are cultured from corals that have been raised in captivity for at least 3 or 4 generations. This makes these harvested corals hardier than their wild cousins. Being fully encrusted, allows them to ship better with less stress when compared to fragile and newly fragmented counterparts.

Care Level Moderate

Bali Green Slimer, Captive Grown
Acropora Yongei
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Description Acropora Yongei aka Bali Green Slimer Acro Coral is one of the fastest growing Acropora coral in the world. Its attractive neon green, coupled with its remarkable resistance and growth rate make this coral one of the most sought by acroporas for the newcomers to the SPS world.

Care Level Easy

California Blue Tortuosa
Acropora tortuosa
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Description Arguably the most famous of the “Torts” is the California Blue Tortuosa. This is the real deal, a very intense blue acropora. It is a slow grower, but its an amazing color.

Care Level Moderate

Pocillopora Damicornis 2 Pack Captive Grown
Pocillopora Sp.
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Description : The captive grown Pink and Green Pocillopora Damicornis have short, delicate branches and grow mostly in a compact, round shape. Colonies are grown in both an elegant pink coloration and a Flourescent Green. Pocillopora coral has multiple, concave spores covering its calcified frame. Like other SPS corals, the shape of the P. damicornis is greatly affected by water conditions and locations. Frags vary from 1-1/2 to 2 inches. It is also important to note that our captive grown corals are cultured from corals that have been raised in captivity for at least 3 or 4 generations. This makes these harvested corals hardier than their wild cousins. Being fully encrusted, allows them to ship better with less stress when compared to fragile and newly fragmented counterparts.

Care Level moderate

Pink Pocillopora Damicornis
Captive Grown

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Description : The captive grown Pink Pocillopora Damicornis have short, delicate branches and grow mostly in a compact, round shape. Pocillopora coral has multiple, concave spores covering its calcified frame. Like other SPS corals, the shape of the P. damicornis is greatly affected by water conditions and locations. Frags vary from 1-1/2 to 2 inches. It is also important to note that our captive grown corals are cultured from corals that have been raised in captivity for at least 3 or 4 generations. This makes these harvested corals hardier than their wild cousins. Being fully encrusted, allows them to ship better with less stress when compared to fragile and newly fragmented counterparts.

Care Level Moderate

Green Pocillopora Damicornis
Captive Grown

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Description : The captive grown Green Pocillopora Damicornis have short, delicate branches and grow mostly in a compact, round shape. Pocillopora coral has multiple, concave spores covering its calcified frame. Like other SPS corals, the shape of the P. damicornis is greatly affected by water conditions and locations. Frags vary from 1-1/2 to 2 inches. It is also important to note that our captive grown corals are cultured from corals that have been raised in captivity for at least 3 or 4 generations. This makes these harvested corals hardier than their wild cousins. Being fully encrusted, allows them to ship better with less stress when compared to fragile and newly fragmented counterparts.

Care Level Moderate

Pink & Green Pocillopora Damicornis
Captive Grown

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Description : The Pink and Green Damicornis is a thin branching Pocillopora with long green polyps and pink branch tips. This variety is extremely hardy and will thrive in a wide range of lighting and flow conditions. This coral is capable of reproducing asexually and can release individual polyps which will settle out and form new colonies throughout your aquarium. Like other SPS corals, the shape of the P. damicornis is greatly affected by water conditions and locations. Frags vary from 1-1/2 to 2 inches. It is also important to note that our captive grown corals are cultured from corals that have been raised in captivity for at least 3 or 4 generations. This makes these harvested corals hardier than their wild cousins. Being fully encrusted, allows them to ship better with less stress when compared to fragile and newly fragmented counterparts.

Miyagi Tortuosa Acropora Coral, Captive Grown
Acropora tortuosa
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Description When we pick acropora for our customers we look for especially prized specimens that have brilliant fluorescent proteins that make them look a glow under reef aquarium lighting. The Miyagi Tortuosa is a very beautiful coral with a white growth line, vibrant neon green, bright blue coralites, and deep blue polyps. It has very unique branches and a unique growth pattern. Raised in captivity since 2012.

Care Level Moderate

Yellow Tip Staghorn Acropora,
Aquacultured ORA®

Acropora austera
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Description The ORA Yellow Tip Staghorn Acropora is a stunning branched staghorn species with narrow corallites, brilliant violet polyps and with golden yellow tips. This fast growing and hardy ORA coral encrusts with a yellowy base before shooting new growth outward in every direction. Long electric green branches develop with golden ends and distinctive purple polyps just at the tips.

Care Level Moderate

Laura’s Purple Polyp,
Aquacultured ORA®

Acropora sp.
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Laura’s Purple Polyp is a compact branching coral that displays a beautiful emerald green base coloration. However, the real highlight of this piece is the teal tipped branches and bright purple polyps. In addition to being hardy and fast growing, the vivid colors are similar to some of the most sought after corals in the trade.

Care Level Moderate


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*Guarantee Restriction: All of our livestock are guaranteed. However for one or more of these species, they may be marked with a guarantee restriction. If it does, it means the specific animal may not handle stress from environmental conditions well. These stresses can include poor water quality, harassment from tank mates or confined aquarium conditions. When stressed, these species can lose the ability to ward off infection and disease. Other species may be listed as Restricted because they have such specialized feeding requirements that is difficult recreate in a aquarium and may succumb to malnutrition.