The highlighter green acanthophyllia coral is a type of LPS (large polyp stony) coral that is highly sought after by reef enthusiasts for its vibrant green coloration. It is a relatively slow-growing coral that can be kept in a reef aquarium under the right conditions.
Acanthophyllia corals have a unique appearance with large, fleshy polyps that can extend during feeding. They are also known for their ability to inflate and deflate their body, which can be a sign of stress or aggression.
Feeding the coral is also important, and it can be fed a variety of foods, including small pieces of meaty foods such as shrimp, mysis, and krill. Some hobbyists also offer the coral phytoplankton or zooplankton.
Overall, the highlighter green acanthophyllia coral is a beautiful and unique addition to a reef aquarium, but it requires proper care and attention to thrive.