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Aquacultured Acropora Coral Frags

Aquarium Creations has a large selection of aquacultured acropora frags for sale. Our huge portfolio of high quality cultured frags is the best way to purchase coral frags. Whether you are just starting out, or an expert, we have the best aquacultured acropora coral frags for you.


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Pink Loripes Acropora,
Aquacultured by ACOL

Acropora loripes
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Description The Pink Loripes Acropora has Pink/Purple growth tips and long thick coralites or sub branches. A very unique form. The exact color of your coral tips will depend on the intensity of your lighting. In reef aquariums where the lighting is higher kelvin, predominantly blue in appearance, this coral will display many fluorescent shades of light green accented with iridescent pink, and blue colored corallites. In lower kelvin lighting (whiter lighting) scenarios this beautiful Acropora displays a creamy lavender color while the corallites will appear plum to purple in color. 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 1" and 2 inches and are all mounted on 1/2 inch diameter plugs.

Care Level Moderate

Electric Green Polyp
Staghorn Acropora,
Aquacultured by ACOL

Acropora sp.
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Description The Electric green polyp stag is a fast growing acropora with very fuzzy electric green polyped sticks. It's a fast grower and does well in all kinds of reef tanks, heavy nutrient systems and bright light, with good flow make this staghorn have thick branches where less light or very directional lights like leds tend to make it grow thinner branches.




Care Level Moderate

Marshall Island Green Fuzzy Acro,
Aquacultured by ORA®

Acropora sp.
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Description The Marshall Island Green Fuzzy Acro is an elegant and thin branched Acropora with intense forest green coloration. Its densely packed and extra large polyps give this stony coral an attractive fuzzy appearance.





Care Level Moderate

Marshall Island Yellow Fuzzy Acro,
Aquacultured by ORA®

Acropora sp.
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Description The Marshall Island Yellow Fuzzy Acro is a thin branched Acropora with intense yellow coloration. Its densely packed and extra large polyps give this stony coral an attractive fuzzy appearance. A fast grower, the Yellow Fuzzy's growth rate is faster than many of the other corals acropora found in an established reef aquarium.


Care Level Moderate

Neon Green Hydnophora,
Aquacultured by ORA®

Hydnophora sp
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Description As one of the most neon green corals available to aquarists, the MIMF Hydnophora seems to glow in the dark. Its entire structure is puffy and inflated, but it can shrink and retract into its calcified green skeleton. This coral will grow a structure of dense branches without much encrusting at the base.


Care Level Moderate

Yellow Porites "Jewel" Coral,
Aquacultured by ACOL

Porites sp.
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Description Porites are a Genus of small polyp stony corals (SPS) that are somewhat uncommon to the reef aquarium hobby. Our Bright Yellow Porites is somewhat uncommon. Porites are commonly found in very shallow water and enjoy intense lighting and good water flow. These frags are roughly 1"to 2".

Care Level Moderate

Aquacultured Green Stylophora
Stylophora pistillata Picture of Aquacultured Green Stylophora, Stylophora pistillata
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Description : The Stylophora Coral is a small polyp stony (SPS) coral commonly referred to as Cat's Paw, Club Finger, Cluster, Brush, or Bird's Nest Coral. It has rounded branches with blunt ends that differentiate it from other closely related SPS corals. It is able to adapt to many different lighting and water flow regimes in the aquarium.

Care Level Moderate

Aquacultured Purple Stylophora
Stylophora pistillata Picture of Aquacultured Purple Stylophora, Stylophora pistillata
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Description :This coral has delicate branches and beautiful polyp extension which give the coral a soft fuzzy look. Lighting seems to have a major impact on color exhibited by this coral with the best coloration appearing under full spectrum lights.


Care Level Moderate

ORA Stellar Stylophora, Aquacultured
Stylophora pistillata Picture of Aquacultured Stellar Stylophora, Stylophora pistillata
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Description :The ORA Stellar Stylo has a highly variable base coloration, ranging from pink to intense red with hues of purple, fuchsia and peach while always shimmering with electric blue polyps. Its stout branches grow in a dense cluster, making this an attractive piece for those tight areas among your rockwork.

Care Level Moderate

ORA Pink Stylophora, Aquacultured
Stylophora pistillata Picture of Aquacultured ORA Pink Stylophora, Stylophora pistillata
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Description :The ORA Pink Stylolophora is a beautiful intense pink coral with a compact, petite growth form. Its light pink polyps are small and inconspicuous unlike the ORA Purple Stylo and ORA Green Stylo which have larger polyps that give them most of their color. This is a relatively slow growing coral and its branches remain short and bulbous. The pink coloration varies with lighting intensity ranging from dark pink in shaded areas to vivid magenta in high light. While the ORA Pink Stylo achieves best coloration under intense lighting conditions, we strongly advise slow acclimation to new conditions.

Care Level Moderate

Bird of Paradise, Aquacultured by ORA
Seriatopora hystrix
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Description The ORA Bird of Paradise is the most spectacular strain of Seriatopora coral we have seen. It's a favorite for a reason. It has an electric green base with metallic purple polyps. This is a relatively fast growing species, and because of its delicate branches, care should be taken in the placement of the coral.




Care Level Moderate

Green Tip Orange Birdnest Coral
Aquacultured by ORA

Acropora sp.
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ORA's Green Tip Orange Birdsnest is an incredibly rapid growing Seriatopora that has a golden orange body, blueish green polyps with rounded green branch tips. This birdsnest variety grows long smooth branches giving it a more open structure than some of the more compact birdsnest corals ORA grows.




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.