Soft Corals, also known as mushroom corals, are genuinely magical looking creatures and create a magical underworld of iridescent colours, patterns, and textures below the waves in both warm and colder seas and oceans. They are more delicate and have soft cores and will move about, gently swaying in the currents like the forests of the sea. Soft corals are easier to keep and can be more suited to those who are just learning about how to maintain and care for the coral frag. They won’t necessarily need to be fed algae in order to stay alive either.
The Blue Ridge Coral, sometimes referred to as the Blue Coral, is often mistaken for a small polyp stony (SPS) coral because it has a hard blue exoskeleton with long, thin polyps. It really is an octocoral (soft coral) and its growth forms are branching, plate-like, columnar, or encrusting. Its body is composed of calcium carbonate and iron salts, which lend its distinctive blue color. However, the polyps are either brown or light blue. They are an interesting and peaceful coral that will add diversity to your reef aquarium.
Mixed Zoanthid on a plug 10 plus heads which will have 2 or 3 different types of Zoas which are easy to keep and are a great choice for the beginner. Zoanthids and Palythoa will grow and reproduce by budding.
Scrambled Eggs Zoanthids are a zoa collectors classic find! Scrambled Eggs Zoas have a silvery, blue mouth encircled by a yellow-orange ring with violet and neon yellow-tipped lashes. This zoanthid cultivar has been grown in our displays for nearly a decade with verifiable lineage.