Posted: 16 Jul 2011 07:46 PM PDT
Being a hardy stony coral, the Bullseye Coral is very attractive!
In it’s natural habitat, the Bullseye Coral Caulastrea curvata can grow to over 16 feet or 5 meters in diameter. They also generate large and low growing colonies. Their growing branches are generally spaced wide apart and form from a common base. The branches on the outer most part of the colonies will curve upwards, giving them their distinctive name of Curved Finger Coral. It is also called the Trumpet Coral, Torch Coral, and Candy Coral… Read more
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