These are the corals i have started to research for ease of care when i can afford to buy them. Now this is just a list of what i might want that i might be equipped to keep, its also a preliminary
list, not a shopping list for an all-at-once definate order. Its going to be at least a month to 3 months before i could possibly get any of these if
i have the right environment and i think it won't hurt to start getting advice on them now, whether or not to try them, what exactly to feed them and how often, where to place in the tank, maybe where to buy healthy ones etc....
Like i said, its very preliminary, tell me what you all think.
my tank specs are in my sig
°Yellow Fiji Leather
Peaceful, medium-high maintenance
high light needs, higher water flow
°Toadstool Green Leather
aka Green Crown, Elegant Leather etc
Low light, moderate flow
easy care, needs feeding, peaceful
°Cabbage Leather- Sinularia Dura
Needs feeding, medium maintenance
moderate light, moderate flow
semi-agressive hardy, will reproduce
°Metallic Brain- Wellsophyllia sp.
Needs feeding, moderate light, moderate flow
Fairly agressive, needs space
° Pearl Bubble coral
- Physogyra sp.
needs feeding, is agressive, needs space
low maintenence, moderate light and flow
needs feeding, low maintenance, moderate light and flow
°Lace Coral aka StylasterCoral- Disticophora Sp.
Needs feeding, peaceful, low light, moderate flow
°Plate Coral, long tentacle- Heliofungia actiniformis
Agressive and large, needs a lot of room
low maintenance, needs feeding, moderate light and moderate water flow
°Swollen Brain coral- Blastomussa wellsi
Medium maintenance, moderate light and flow, needs feeding. peaceful
°Scroll Montipora- Montipora Capricornus
needs feeding, peaceful, medium maintenance
moderate light and flow
°Open brain, green- Trachyphyllia geoffroyi
needs feeding, semiagressive, mod light, mod flow
very hardy, excellent for beginners (so they said)
°CatsEye coral Cynarina Lacrymalis
Needs feeding, low maintenance, moderate light, moderate water flow