Blue and Red Chalice
In my tank, it prefers dimmer light and is a pretty slow grower.
It is an LPS coral (Large polyp stony) which looks surprisingly similar to an SPS coral at first glance.
Chalice corals are found in a variety of different colourations, with most of them encrusting over the rocks work
This coral needs appropriate lighting and moderate flow to maintain optimum health.
In addition to this, it will also require the correct levels of Calcium, Alkalinity, and Magnesium along with various other trace elements found in natural seawater.
Additional feeding isn't required to maintain its health however it will feed on micro-plankton and very fine coral foods.
Be sure not to place it too close to other corals as at night it will release its sweeper tentacles which are approximately 1cm long.
Care Level - Moderate
Flow - Medium
Lighting - Medium
Temperament - Aggressive
Frags of this coral are 2cm and are glued to frag plugs
Due to variations within species, your item may not look identical to the image provided.