Frogspawn is one of the largest stony coral which is usually known as Wall, Grapes, Octopus or Honey Coral. The polyp of the Frogspawn remains visible in day or night. But its sweeper tentacles can reach up to 6 inches during night time.

The school of fish can lay their egg or eggs on the frogs, which is the reason why they are called Frogspawn. They come in the usual colors of green or brown or even in tan color. It is a good addition to your reef aquarium because of its appearance and coloration.

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Frogspawn Coral

It can extend its tentacles up to 6 inches and can surround the whole reef aquarium during night time. It is best way to have a larger space between other corals with Frogspawn because it could sting other creatures and corals. Maintaining these types of corals can be difficult .These corals required a heavy lighting and a combination of a proper water movement inside the tank. Adding more calcium, strontium and other elements in the tank could continue the Frogspawn good health. Despite of its unusual behavior and difficulty in maintaining it, it is still popular in most of the nature aquarium lover.

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Care Level: Moderate
Temperament: Aggressive
Lighting: Moderate to High
Waterflow: Medium
Placement: Bottom
Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025
Color Form: Green, Tan
Supplements: Calcium, Strontium, Trace Elements
Origin: Indonesia, Solomon Islands
Family: Caryophylliidae
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