4 polyps attached to rick.
This pic is a parent ULTRA Green Palythoa Zoanthid Soft Coral! It almost doesn't look real here does it?! The largest polyp in this pic is about quarter size so it's one that borders a Giant Paly yet is still considered in the normal size class. It has the ability to shrink to a much smaller size depending on water parameters & neighboring corals. DEF a Show Stopper especially when your actinics are on! All pieces are mounted to REAL rock!
# 10 in the Parent Tank picture below. EST. 2010
Soft Coral Color Guide: Example - Base color "Green"
"Green" = shows it's green color mostly under actinic blue lighting
Neon "Green" = glows green under actinic blue lighting
Ultra "Green" = bright or deep green under full daylights!
Metallic = the color has a metallic sheen to it.
Remember, like wild soft corals, aquacultured tank raised soft corals offer many benefits to reef fish like hiding places or perches and even sleep spots! Tank raised soft corals are much easier to keep than hard corals and they add beautiful form, color and movement to a tank.