Candy Cane Corals, also known as Trumpet Corals, are a type of stony coral commonly found in the coral reefs of the Caribbean and the western Atlantic Ocean. These corals are known for their unique shape and vibrant coloration, which can range from neon greens to dark purples.
They have a distinctive appearance, typically featuring a small, trumpet-shaped structure. They are relatively small in size and can form colonies that look like a cluster of small trumpets.
Candy Cane Corals are also very easy to care for, making them a great choice for both experienced and beginner coral reef hobbyists. They require moderate lighting and flow and should be placed in a location where they will receive low to moderate water flow. They also benefit from regular feeding, typically 2-3 times a week with small meaty food.
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