Classified as a large polyp stony (LPS) coral, Hammer corals (Fimbriaphyllia ancora, once belonging to the Euphyllia Genus) consist of a hard a calcified base and puffy, tubular polyps. Hammer corals are named for the flat, hammer-shaped tip at the end of each polyp. Fimbriaphyllia paraancora, Branching Hammer corals, are very similar, but the skeletal structure will grow into separate corallites or "heads." Found in a wide range of green, brown, pink, peach, purple, blue, and creamy beige shades. Hammer corals are very popular in the reef-keeping hobby.
The Torch coral, also known as the Pom Pom Coral, is a member of theEuphylliidae Family. A fine specimen of the Euphyllia genus, Euphyllia glabrescens stands apart visually, wielding its long, thin polyps with contrasting tips. This is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral. Those whipping polyps are really something to see in a reef. Torch corals are typically found in shades of purple, brown, gray, blue, green, cream, and even gold.
Frogspawn corals are classified as large polyp stony corals (LPS). These corals are a popular and commonly kept species in many marine tanks. Fimbriaphyllia divisa (formerly Euphyllia divisa) corals have a corallite skeleton with a "wall" structure. Fimbriaphyllia paradivisa corals (Branching Frogspawn) have a tree-like branching structure with separate corallites or "heads." Both have polyps covered in the circular knobs that make Frogspawn identifiable. Frogspawn corals appear in shades of green, tan, and pink with contrasting tentacle knobs in pink, lavender, white, or cream. Overall, the appearance is reminiscent of amphibian eggs.
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