Corals & Anemones
Corals and anemones are integral members of the live reef aquarium. AquariumFishSale works with two top importers at the Los Angeles airport to offer a large array of these items at very fair pricing. Like fish, these aquatic creatures must be handled carefully and will be shipped overnight.
Please research the proper lighting and level and food, caring for corals and anemones is easy once all these parameters are understood.
Frogspawn Coral Euphyllia divisa, a LPS coral named for the polyps that look somewhat like a group of frog eggs, is determined more so by the shape...View full details
Scientific name: Euphyllia divisa Large: 4" to 5"
Goniopora Coral Is often referred to as Flowerpot, Daisy coral,ball coral, or sunflower coral. It is not overly aggressive but space should still ...View full details
Goniopora Flowerpot Coral Is often referred to as Flowerpot, Daisy coral,ball coral, or sunflower coral. It is not overly aggressive but space shou...View full details
Goniopora Purple Coral Goniopora coral is often referred to as Flowerpot, Daisy coral, Ball coral, or Sunflower coral. It is not overly aggressive ...View full details
Bowerbanki coral, is a rare polyp stony coral. This species is found infrequently in both the wild and the aquarium trade. It is easy to keep in a...View full details
Scientific Name: Vitiensis Scolymia
Green Favia Brain is easy to keep and grows well in most reef aquariums. They are a great choice for adding a splash of color to lower flow, lower ...View full details
The polyps look somewhat like a group of frog eggs, hence the name Green Frogspawn Coral. Frogspawn coral need consistent water conditions and no n...View full details
Green Fungia Australia Green Fungia have short tentacle Scientific Name: Fungia sp.
Scientific Name: Galaxea fascicularis
The Green Hammer Coral are also called Green Anchor Coral; both names derive from the angular shape of the polyps. The tentacles can reach six inch...View full details
The Hydnophora Coral, Hydnophora rigida, often referred to as Knob, Velvet Horn, or Branch Coral. Its behavior is often labeled very aggressive; i...View full details
The Bubble Coral, Plerogyra sinuosa, has a green or white-ridged hard skeleton that can be seen when the polyps are deflated. When inflated, the l...View full details
Torch Coral Euphyllia glabrescens, is often referred to as Trumpet Coral or Pom-Pom Coral. It has long and flowing polyps with single rounded tips ...View full details
Green Mushroom Coral display a very nice color tone. These corals come about 3 inches and grow quickly. Scientific Classification: Rhodactis sp. ...View full details
Green Pavona Pavona are commonly referred to as Cactus Corals as several of their growth forms resemble cacti. They are a fast growing SPS Coral an...View full details
Green Ricordea Frag Ricordea florida are one of the most recognizable species to come out of the Caribbean. These Ricordea are mostly solid blue/te...View full details
Green Scolymia Button Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral and also referred to as the Doughnut, Artichoke, or Disk Coral. It is a round, soli...View full details
Green Torch Coral Frag, Euphyllia glabrescens, is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral, often referred to as Trumpet Coral or Pom-Pom Coral. Provide pl...View full details