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Aquacultured Acropora Coral Frags

Aquarium Creations is home to a great selection of Acropora frags for sale. According to NOAA Fisheries Endangered Species listing there are many Acropora species threatened to near extinction. Man should not take nor harm our oceans coral reefs or one day it all could be extinct. With that in mind, the conscientious reef aquarist supports acropora farming or acro gardening. Cultivated acropora has become the best choice for scientific research, best purchase choice for display reef aquariums, and best choice for saving our coral reefs through coral reef restoration.


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ORA Verde Acropora,
Aquacultured by ORA®

Acropora sp.
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Description The ORA Verde grows fast in compact,thin branch, bushy colonies. The acro's tissue is a beautiful Sargassum green color while it’s polyps are bright neon green. New growth appears pinkish when this coral is growing under strong lighting. One very important point to consider when purchasing all our aquacultured SPS corals is that they are not just mounted frags. Think of our captive grown (also called Aquacultured) Acropora as Baby SPS acro's all sized between 3/4" and 1-1/4 inches and are all mounted on 1/2 inch diameter plugs.

Care Level Moderate

ORA Pearlberry Acropora,
Aquacultured by ORA®

Acropora sp.
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Description ORA’s Pearlberry is a delicate SPS species that is a real attention-grabber. Most every reef-keeper will agree it is one of the most beautiful corals to be domesticated. If you are a seasoned SPS keeper, the Pearlberry can be a prized addition to your reef aquarium.


Care Level Difficult

ORA Plum Crazy,
Aquacultured by ORA®

Acropora sp.
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Description Plum Crazy is a deep purple or plum colored Acropora with relatively short branches. Colonies grow in pillow-like or corymbose form. When growing under intense lighting, new growth is a dazzling light purple and corallites appear to be highlighted with a light blue edge.


Care Level Moderate

ORA Purple Nana,
Aquacultured by ORA®

Acropora nana
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Description The Purple Nana has thin, long and straight branches with a dark green base, purple tips and white polyps. It does resemble an Acropora valida but the Purple Nana has thinner branches. This relatively easy to keep SPS coral requires medium to high lighting and will do fine under T5s, metal halides and LEDs. Moderate to strong circulation is recommended for optimal growth.

Care Level Moderate

ORA Purple Plasma,
Aquacultured by ORA®

Acropora horrida
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Description The ORA Purple Plasma is a thin branching Acropora with staghorn coral shape. It has a dramatic purple background color and contrasting green or yellow corallites and bright green polyps. The polyps are always well-extended and new growth appears white to baby blue.


Care Level Moderate

ORA Scripps Green Tip Stag,
Aquacultured by ORA®

Acropora sp.
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Description This budget priced fast growing acropora can grow into an impressively large colony in a short amount of time. Scripps Green Tip Staghorn coral is a branching variety of Acropora having a greenish tan background with bright green polyps.


Care Level Moderate

Blue Tip Evergreen Staghorn Acropora,
Aquacultured by ACOL

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Description : The captive grown Blue Tip Evergreen Staghorn Acropora is a long branching coral with a deep green base, green polyps and contrasting bright blue growth tips. 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

Purple Tri-Color Valida Acropora,
Aquacultured by ACOL

Acropora valida Picture of Purple Tri-Color Valida Acropora, Aquacultured by ACOL
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Description : The Purple Tri-color Valida is a classic among acroporas. It has thin branches and well spaced tubular corallites, the colony can reach a large size. This is one of the easiest adaptable species. It has a deep purple coloration on its tips that fades away as we descend to the base and green polyps in a very striking way. It is 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

Turquoise Staghorn Acropora
Captive Grown

Acropora striata
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Description The Turquoise Acropora Staghorn Coral is a very fast growing coral that will grow long and slender branches that will in time resemble the antlers of a deer. These are very beautiful corals with a deep turquoise color on the base, and a much lighter blue coloration on its growth tips. The growth rate of this Turquoise Acropora Staghorn is very fast and adapts well to a variety of lighting conditions.

Care Level Moderate


Pink & Green Acropora
Aquacultured by MIMF

Acropora sp
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Description A dramatic branching Acropora that combines two bright colors into one stunning centerpiece. Brilliant pink corallites cluster over rich green branches creating a beautiful bushy colony.

Care Level Moderate

Marshall Island Raspberry Acropora Loripes, Aquacultured by ORA®
Acropora Loripes
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Description The Marshall Island Raspberry Loripes Acropora is an intensely colored, with exceptional corallite detail. With smooth, tightly clustered branches this uncommon Acropora variety has rounded corallites that develop beautiful pastel hues of purple and lavender. The acropora's branches starting in a bushy shape, eventually tabling horizontally outwards. Under higher intensity lighting, the coral takes on a lighter more creamy appearance, lower lighting will bring out rich greens in addition to the purples.

Care Level Moderate

Blue Bottlebrush,
Aquacultured by MIMF

Acropora sp.
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Marshall Island Blue Bottlebrush is a deep blue to purple coral with tightly clustered branches. In the ocean, this coral is found in lagoon areas in water as shallow as 1 foot. The Aquacultured Marshall Island Blue Bottlebrush grows relatively thin branches in a bushy manor. The base of the branches is tan in color and will develop blue tips over time provided it receives enough intense lighting.

Care Level Moderate


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Photos are representative of each species. All marine life is unique and your coral may not look identical to the image provided.
*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.