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(LPS) Large Polyp Stony Coral for Sale

Aquarium Creations has a large variety of Large polyp stony coral for sale. LPS corals have amazing colors and require only easy to moderate care to keep their vibrant color's and good health. Buy from our big selection of Large Polyp Stony Corals including must have Acans with incredible colors, Alveopora, Cyphastrea, Echinata, Leptoseris, Favia, Favites, Goniastrea, Micromusa, Platygyra, Torch coral and much more.

Pineapple Brain Coral, Favia sp.
Favites
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Description The Favia Brain Coral is easy to care for LPS coral. They are an excellent choice for both the beginner and the advanced aquarist. Some common names these corals are know for are Pineapple Coral, Moon Coral, Brain Coral, Star Coral, Honeycomb Coral and Worm Coral.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Branching Favites Coral, Australia
Favites complanata
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Description The branching Favites complanata from Darwin is collected in shallow water where it receives more light and water flow and subsequently grows into unique branching moon coral. The Darwin branching Favites is extremely bright and colorful with many of the colonies seen so far having neon green oral discs.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Aquacultured
Bi Color Favia Coral

Favia sp.
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Description Aquacultured Favia corals are excellent hardy corals for any reef aquarium. Favia corals have a large round like or dome like shaped colonies. The common names for Favia corals include, moon coral, green moon coral, pineapple coral, brain coral, closed brain coral, and star coral. They are an excellent choice for both the beginner and the advanced aquarist.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Ultra Neon Favia from Australia
Favia, spp.
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Description Favia Corals are large polyp stony (LPS) corals often referred to as Moon, Pineapple, Brain, Closed Brain, Star, Worm, or Honeycomb Coral. They are the most common and prolific coral in the world, and are very similar to the genus Favites, sharing many of the same common names, and sometimes being very difficult to differentiate.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Aquacultured
Ultra Red and Neon Green War Coral

Favites pentagona
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Description The War Coral and it’s many color morphs are an amazing compliment to any reef aquarium. The original Ultra Red and Neon Green War Coral is a fairly quick grower and will produce a significant amount of new growth every year. A BEAUTIFUL red with super neon green eyes, our original mother colony was purchased many years ago. Continually aquacultured it is now many generations removed from the original wild colony. Captive grown means the coral is hardier and acclimates easier to a reef aquarium. An excellent choice for any beginner to advanced reef aquarium.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Aquacultured
Bleeding Apple Favia

Favia Spp.,Australia
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Description This coral is called the Bleeding Apple Favia. When it comes to diversity, it is hard to think of a more visually diverse coral group than Favia and Favites. The original Bleeding Apple Favia Coral will produce a good amount of new growth every year. Our original mother colony was purchased in Australia many years ago. Continually aquacultured it is now many generations removed from the original wild colony. Captive grown means the coral is hardier and acclimates easier to a reef aquarium. An excellent choice for any beginner to advanced reef aquarium.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Aquacultured Purple-Lilac Tint
Yellow Scroll Coral

Turbinaria reniformis Picture of Aquacultured Yellow Scroll Coral, Turbinaria reniformisClick Picture for More Information

Description: Our Aquacultured yellow scroll coral, turbinaria reniformis, has a purple lilac tint to it along with large bright yellow polyps. A beautiful coral that has a plating and scrolling formation with a thick skeleton that will grow steadily providing alkalinity and calcium are maintained.

Care Level Moderate

Aquacultured
Big Pipe Trumpet Coral, Red and Green

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Description A large polyp stony (LPS) coral, it is also referred to as the Candy Cane, Torch, or Bullseye Coral. Easy to grow and attractive, the skeleton branches out of a central base, and comes to an end with a large head that resembles a colorful trumpet.

Care Level Easy

Slipper / Tongue Coral
Polyphyllia talpina
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Description The Tongue Coral is easy to maintain in the reef aquarium, which makes it an excellent candidate for the beginning through expert reef aquarist. A well-feed live rock/reef environment is what is needed for your Tongue Coral , along with some fish for organic matter production. Do NOT put the Tongue coral on rock work, a preferable location would be on the bottom of the reef aquarium, lying on a fine sandy substrate, with adequate space between it and its neighbors.

Care Level Moderately Easy

Metallic Green Galaxea Coral, Aquacultured
Galaxea fascicularis Picture of Aquacultured Metallic Green Galaxea CoralClick Picture for More Information

Description Our Aquacultured Metallic Green Galaxea is a vivid green coral that grows rapidly and typically in a mound shape. Our Aquacultured version is normally less aggressive than other strains, but still has the capability to sting nearby corals with its sweeper tentacles. Our Metallic Green Galaxea makes the perfect low level coral and CAN be placed directly on the sand.

Care Level Easy


White Bubble Coral
Plerogyra sinuosa, Australia Picture of White Bubble Coral, Plerogyra sinuosa, Australia Click Picture for More Information

Description The White Bubble Coral is an LPS coral that originates in the reefs surrounding Australia. It has a white leaf edged hard skeleton that can be seen when the polyps are deflated. When inflated, the large fleshy polyps will cover the entire skeleton.

Care Level Moderately Easy

White Bubble Coral, Aquacultured
Plerogyra sinuosa
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Description This is a tough species, great for entry level coral enthusiasts because it prefers less direct flow and can tolerate a range of lighting and placement options inside the aquarium. Soft, pillow like bubbles inflate around a ridged hard skeleton.

Care Level Moderately 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.