Beginner Corals: Easy Corals for Beginner Saltwater Reef Aquariums
  Beginner Corals: Easy Corals for Beginner Saltwater Reef Aquariums
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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.


Yellow Polyps
Parazoanthus gracilis
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Description Easy to care for, Yellow Polyps, often referred to as Parazoanthus gracilis, are an unusually beautiful colonial anemone. They have long thin tentacles attached to a fluted body. The polyps are individual, not an encrusting mat, and are bright yellow or gold in color. A most interesting thing about these colonial corals is that their polyps will open or close at the same time. Because of this it is believed that the individual polyps send messages to each other probably by chemical means.

Care Level Easy

Aussie Green and White Pipe Organ
Tubipora musica
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Description Pipe Organ colonies, Tubipora musica, are massive. They are formed of generally upright parallel tubes connected on horizontal platforms. Each Parallel tube contains a beautiful pipe organ polyp. These tubes are actually sclerites. The sclerites are fused together to form the skeleton of the tubipora musica rather than being a hard calcareous skeleton like that found on stony corals.



Care Level Easy

Rare Blue Sympodium Polyps
Sympodium sp.
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Description Blue Sympodium Coral is a soft coral with contrasting bright blue stalks & bright green polyps that look like flowers. An easy beginner coral, it grows throughout the reefs and shallow lagoons of the Indo-Pacific ocean. Blue and Green Sympodium will colonize or encrust the rocks or shells on which it grows. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.


Care Level Easy

Daisy Polyp Coral
Knopia sp.
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Description Daisy Polyps, are also referred to as Jasmin Polyps, Starburst Polyps, or Eight Tentacle Polyps. The Daisy Polyp Corals are very easy to keep and they grow fairly quick. This is one coral that is VERY hardy and can recover from the most adverse condition. An excellent beginner coral. It's an excellent coral for the money because it grows quickly to create a lush coral reef by spreading over rock work. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

Cultured Metallic Green Star Polyps
Pachyclavularia sp.
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Description If you’re looking for a great beginner coral, that's easy to maintain, there is no better. When closed metallic green star polyps body color ranges from a bright purple to a dark red. When their bright green polyps come out and open up they will cover the mat and many times you won't see the body color at all. Beautiful polyps will sway nicely with the water flow.


Care Level Easy

Cultured Kaleidoscope Clove Polyps
Clavularia sp.
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Possibly the nicest of all clove polyps, the Kaleidoscope Clove Polyps has an incredible color combination of both fluorescent orange and fluorescent green. They have long stems and big heads which wave beautifully in the currents. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

Cultured Mandarin Fireworks
Clavularia sp.
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Description Mandarin Fireworks Clove Polyps are one of the best beginner soft corals you can get. Beautiful, fast growing, and low on demands! Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy


Cultured Neon Green Clove Polyps
Clavularia sp. Picture of Aquacultured Neon Green Clove Polyps PolypsClick Picture for More Information

Description Our Aquacultured Neon Green Clove Polyps are one of the best beginner soft corals you can get. Beautiful, fast growing, and low on demands! Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

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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.