Euphyllia glabrescens – Indo Gold Torch Coral Frag – WYSIWYG 2

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This is a frag of Indo Gold Torch coral.  Color is purple on inner surfaces with gold tentacles and white tentacle tips.
Indo gold torch corals are one of the newest and most sought after of the Torch corals. They are branching and this variation we are propagating forms a mounding cluster of small heads and is a fast grower.
Torch corals provide great motion in the tank as their tentacles wave in the water currents.

   AIMS Coral Database Fact Sheet


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Product Description

Category:  LPS (Large Polyp Stony)
Common Name:
   Indo Gold Torch Coral
Scientific Name:  Euphyllia glabrescens
Specimen Size:  Small frag approximately 2.5″ across when expanded with 1-head.  Mounted to reef plug
Origination: RC aquacultured frag
Entry Updated:  4/28/2017


Torch corals have flowing polyps which are extended day and night.  Color varies from light brown to greens, purples and and even gold.

Provide with moderate light and moderate water flow to keep its tentacles gently flowing in the current.

Torch corals will take small meaty foods such as mysis shrimp, but feeding is not generally required for them to remain healthy.

As is the case with all stony corals, attention needs to be paid to maintaining proper Calcium and Alkalinity levels in the reef tank as noted on the right for proper skeletal development.

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Naming Notes We identify the scientific name when we are able to with some degree of accuracy. You will notice that we don’t give our corals cool names like “AWESOME ULTRA SUPER METALLIC NEON RED AND SCREAMING LIME GREEN ULTRA ULTRA COLORED AUSSIE” unless it is a name in common usage in the hobby that helps to identify the coral. We let our pictures do the talking and you can be the judge of whether our corals are awesome or not.


Quick Care Notes

ReefCorner Living Conditions for this specimen:

Lighting:  10 hrs/day using ReefCorner Captive Reef LED Lighting, moderate intensity
PAR:  150-200 PAR measured at coral
Water Flow: moderate non-laminar flow
Food:  Feeding meaty 1-2 times a week.
Temperature: 77 - 80
Specific Gravity:  1.025 - 1.026
Alkalinity: 9-10 dKH
Calcium:  450-460ppm
Magnesium: 1320-1400ppm
pH: 8.15 - 8.35
Nitrates, Phosphates, Silicates = 0

General Care Requirements:

Care Level: Easy to Intermediate.  Euphyllia corals are generally fairly hardy once acclimated
Lighting:  Moderate to moderately strong.
Water flow: Moderate.  No strong direct waterflow
Placement: On sand bed or low on rock work.
Aggressiveness: High. Has long tentacle reach with a fairly powerful sting
Water Parameters:  Stony corals require that water quality is kept high and the following parameters are monitored and maintained to within the tolerable bounds:
Temperature: 76-82
Specific Gravity: 1.024 - 1.026
Alkalinity: 8dKH - 12dKH
Calcium: 400ppm or above
Magnesium: 1250ppm or above
pH: 8.0 - 8.4
Nitrates: <5ppm

For more care information, go to our Reef Database Entry