The ideal conditions for this SPS
is an established reef aquarium with intense lighting. To maximize their growth rate, it is important to maintain a high pH and stable alkalinity and calcium levels. Phosphate and nitrate levels must be as close to zero as possible. Along with good lighting and water quality, these Acropora
corals prefer strong, intermittent water flow within the aquarium. This is best accomplished with a wavemaker and multiple powerheads.
I bought this Acro from Happy Coral the last Lansing swap. I'm still fairly new to SPS
so being able to keep this piece beautiful and healthy has really boosted my confidence in my tank and my abilities as a Reefer.
My favorite part about this coral is the little Crab that lives on it's branches. He not a Trapezia Acropora
Crab so I'm still not 100% hes a good guy, I have done a lot of reading on the little bugger and found mixed stories. So far he hasn't caused any damage I can notice, but I've got my eye on him.