Common names: Torch coral, trumpet coral, pom-pom coral
Difficulty Level: Torch coral is generally tolerant, but must have stable alkalinity to survive.
Feeding: Poor feeding response, so must usually be fed with pumps off. Most common foods are small suspension matter including phyto and roti.
Lighting (Level 5 to 7): Most prefer moderate lighting, but will adapt to varying conditions.
Water flow: Medium to low flow is a must in preventing damage to fleshy tentacles against rock or skeleton.
Placement: Torch coral can be very aggressive, so be sure to leave space for it to fully extend its tentacles without touching other corals including other species of euphyllia.
General: Many times clownfish will host in torch coral like an anemone. Be cautious as not every torch will continue to open fully is harassed by clownfish.
Torch coral species specific information: