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Corals For Beginners

Choose easy beginner corals from our selection of Corals for beginners. This grouping of aquarium corals has been thoughtfully chosen for the beginner aquarist. All corals recommended by our own team of coral experts for both hardiness and easy care. Our Corals for Beginners section is a beautiful group of popular corals that are both hardy and easy to care for. All placed together in one grouping of Beginner Corals. Shop here for easier-to-care-for aquarium corals that are well-suited for the beginning aquarist. Get going and enjoy your reef aquarium hobby simply by shopping our Corals For Beginners section where every coral is both hardy and easy to care for.

Note: When choosing your aquarium corals read the individual coral requirements, read the necessary water movement, read dietary and supplemental needs,read the lighting needs, and read the recommended coral placement. That's all there is to it.


Purple Flower Pot Coral, Australia
Goniopora sp.
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Description The Purple Flower Pot Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral often referred to as Ball, Daisy, or Sunflower Coral. The flower names refer to its appearance when all of its polyps are opened. Once open, the Purple Flower Pot Coral is a gorgeous hard coral with free-flowing short polyps.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Neon Green Flower Pot Coral, Australia
Goniopora sp.
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Description This Goniopora flowerpot coral has a bright neon green body color. Goniopora are some of the most intensely colored corals on the reef. They are commonly referred to as flower pot corals for the appearance of their tentacles that resemble a flower bouquet. The Neon Green Flower Pot Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral often referred to as Ball, Daisy, or Sunflower Coral. The flower names refer to its appearance when all of its polyps are opened.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Red Flower Pot Coral, Australia
Goniopora sp.
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Description The Red Flower Pot Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral often referred to as Ball, Daisy, or Sunflower Coral. The flower names refer to its appearance when all of its polyps are opened. Once open, the Red Flower Pot Coral is a gorgeous hard coral with free-flowing short polyps.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Super Colored Long Tentacle Plate Coral, Australia
Heliofungia actiniformis Picture of Emerald Green Long Tentacle Plate Coral, AustraliaClick Picture for More Information

Description: The Long Tentacle Plate Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral often referred to as a Heliofungia Plate, Mushroom, or Disk Coral. The Long Tentacle Plate Coral is easy to maintain in the reef aquarium and makes an excellent candidate for the beginner reef aquarist. Super colored plate corals are the true beauties, the cream of the crop.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Neon Green Short Tentacle Plate
Coral, Australia

Fungia sp. Picture of Neon Green Short Tentacle Plate CoralClick Picture for More Information

Description The Short Tentacle Plate Coral also known as the Fungia Plate Coral, Disc Coral, or Mushroom Coral, are flat single-polyp corals with one central mouth and a circular shaped body. Its color variations include oranges, yellows, greens, reds, pinks, blues, purples and combinations of colors that are often lined or striped with a bright color.

Care Level Easy

Neon Orange Fungia Plate
Coral, Australia

Fungia sp.
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Description The Neon Orange Fungia Plate Coral also known as the Orange Short Tentacle Plate Coral, Disc Coral, or Mushroom Coral, are flat single-polyp corals with one central mouth and a circular shaped body. The Neon Orange body may also have other colors including yellows, greens, reds, pinks, blues, and purple.

Care Level Easy

Metallic Green Duncan Coral, Captive-grown
Duncanopsammia axifuga Picture of Metallic Green Duncan Coral, Captive-grown Click Picture for More Information

Description Our Captive-grown Duncan coral comes from a Duncan colony we received back in 2009 in an Australia shipment. This one's center's has a rare metallic green color and very unusual markings. The Duncan Coral is easy to keep and will grow well in most every reef aquarium.

Care Level Easy


Plate Coral, Pin Wheel
Fungia Sp., Australia Picture of Pinwheel Plate Coral, Fungia Sp., Australia Click Picture for More Information

Description The Pinwheel Plate Coral is a definite show stopper. Starting with deep purple bands highlighted by icy blue bands, it is the perfect background for neon green polyps. When properly cared for, the Pinwheel Plate Coral is hardy, making it a perfect coral for the seasoned beginner or an awesome addition for the advanced reefer.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Aquacultured Micromussa lordhowensis Frag Package
Micromussa lordhowensis, Australia
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Description Start Growing Your Own Aquacultured Acan's with our Aquacultured Micromussa lordhowensis Frag Package. We offer either a 3 or 6 pack. Your package will include variable selections of different color combinations. Combined they make a beautiful assortment for your reef tank. Due to its hardy and undemanding nature the Aquacultured Micromussa lordhowensis Package is perfect for beginners and awesome for the experienced reef aquarist.

Care Level Easy


Two Color Acanthastrea lordhowensis
Acanthastrea lordhowensis, Australia Picture of Two Color Acanthastrea lordhowensis Click Picture for More Information

Description Due to their hardy and undemanding nature, Acanthastrea lordhowensis corals are a favorite for the reef tank. From beginners all the way to the advanced aquarist. Colors range from Cherry Reds, to purple, green, orange, blue, rust, brown, pale gray, to pale tan. With a good supply of Two Color Acans available we guarantee every Acanthastrea lordhowensis you order will be different.

Care Level Easy


Tri Color Acanthastrea lordhowensis
Acanthastrea lordhowensis, Australia Picture of Tri Color Acanthastrea lordhowensis Click Picture for More Information

Description Due to their hardy and undemanding nature, Acanthastrea lordhowensis corals are a favorite for the reef tank. From beginners all the way to the advanced aquarist. Colors range from Cherry Reds, to purple, green, orange, blue, rust, brown, pale gray, to pale tan. With a good supply of Two Color Acans available we guarantee every Acanthastrea lordhowensis you order will be different.

Care Level Easy

Rainbow Acanthastrea lordhowensis
Acanthastrea lordhowensis, Australia Picture of Rainbow Acanthastrea lordhowensis Click Picture for More Information

Description Due to their hardy and undemanding nature, Acanthastrea lordhowensis corals are a favorite for the reef tank. From beginners all the way to the advanced aquarist. Colors range from Cherry Reds, to purple, green, orange, blue, rust, brown, pale gray, to pale tan. With a good supply of Two Color Acans available we guarantee every Acanthastrea lordhowensis you order will be different.

Care Level Easy


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