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Montipora Corals

The Montipora corals are some of the all around best corals for the aquarium industry. Good from the standpoint of harvesting from the wild, as they are easy to collect through fragmentation, leaving the mother colony intact. Montipora corals are considered the easiest of the small polyp stony (SPS) corals to keep. They are considered the best SPS corals for beginners, and keeping montipora is very rewarding for experienced reef keepers too. These beautiful corals are tolerant of most water parameters including light and water flow. Just keep up on your calcium level and you can have a beautiful display of Oranges, pinks, purples, neon green and everything in-between. These are not aggressive corals, they do not sting.



Pink Polyp Montipora Capricornis
Aquacultured
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Description This Pink Polyp Cap is a Montipora capricornis with an olive green base color and dark pink polyps. The contrasting polyp and tissue colors make this two-toned cap really stand out.

Care Level Easy

Sour Apple Montipora Digitata
Aquacultured
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Description The Sour Apple Montipora Capricornis is a green apple colored montipora that forms large spiraling leafy plates. A fast growing capricornis with a slightly bumpy texture and delicate skeletal structure.

Care Level Easy

Jedi Mind Trick Montipora Undata
Aquacultured
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Description The Jedi Mind Trick Montipora is considered one of the most spectacular Montipora varieties in the hobby. Its sea green body color is accentuated by an intense violet growth edge and hot red polyps.

Care Level Easy

Montipora Confusa
Aquacultured
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Description Confusa is a horizontal plating Purple and Green Montipora with very pronounced ridges covering its undulating surface. The overall green coloration is interrupted between the ridges by small brown polyps while the plate edge and new growth are intense purple in color.

Care Level Easy

Supernatural Montipora Capricornis
ORA® Aquacultured
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Description If you are a Montipora capricornis or “cap” lover then you will want to check out ORA’s Supernatural Cap. The base is dark green in color and punctuated with neon green polyps. The Supernatural cap grows much thicker than our other plating Montipora varieties.

Care Level Easy

Melonberry Montipora Capricornis
Aquacultured by ACOL
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Description The Melonberry Montipora grows in thick horizontal plates. Purple to blue polyps make a striking contrast peppered over its lemon yellow base. It's an easy coral to grow, it looks its best under lower kelvin lighting. Actinic lighting will electrify its polyps.

Care Level Easy

Yellow Lantana Montipora
ORA® Aquacultured
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Description Aquacultured in the Marshall Islands by ORA, the Lantana Montipora has yellowish green colored tissue interspersed with delicate polyps ranging in coloration from purple to blue.

Care Level Easy

Red Montipora Capricornis
Aquacultured
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Description Red Capricornis is a Montipora coral that forms large spiraling leafy plates. Montipora corals come in so many different forms and colors, but this variety of montipora capricornis is a nice red to orange coloration.

Care Level Easy


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