Trachyphyllia Open Brain Coral Care Tips

Trachyphyllia are commonly referred to as an Open Brain coral and are one of the most popular large polyp stony corals among beginners and advanced reef hobbyists alike. Trachyphyllia are a show-piece LPS in a mixed reef and can introduce an amazing burst of color to the lower sections of the reef.  The rainbow paint splatter varieties in particular can hold their own as a signature show piece item on par with much more expensive corals such as scolymia or Acanthophyllia.

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About Tidal Gardens:Tidal Gardens is a coral farm located in Copley, OH. We are constantly on the lookout for amazing new corals and attempt to propagate them sustainably. In addition, Tidal Gardens produces videos on a variety of reef related topics with a focus on corals and aquaculture.About Than Thein:Than Thein is the owner of Tidal Gardens, a coral farm located in Copley, OH. He has a background in biology, computer science, business, and law and left the corporate environment to farm corals. He is also a certified diver and specializes in underwater photography and videography.


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