One of my oldest Toadstools, the Flat Crown Toadstool soft coral is truly unique in it's super thin cap which tends to ruffle layer as it gets larger! Tons of fine polyps give it a fuzzy appearance which almost makes you want to cuddle this one! This soft coral is super hardy & tolerates well low positions in a tank.
The main pic is a Parent of this soft coral & smaller specimen images are sample babies unless a WYSIWYG is offered & selected. My baby Flat Crown Toadstool soft corals are mounted to real live rock unless otherwise noted.
# 17 in the Parent tank picture below. EST. 2002
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.