Other Frogspawn Names: Frogspawn Coral

Frogspawn Scientific Name: Euphyllia divisia

Frogspawn(Euphyllia divisia)
Frogspawn Ease of Care: 8/10
Water Flow Requirements: Low-High
Temperature Range: 72°F-82°F

Classification: Caryophylliidae

Coral Type: LPS Corals

Distribution: Indo-Pacific

Frogspawn Lighting Requirements: This coral requires medium to high intensity lighting. This coral has been reported to grow under power compact lighting, T5HO lighting and metal halide lighting.

Frogspawn Hadriness: A fairly easy LPS to keep. Can grow under a wide variety of lighting and flow conditions.

Frogspawn Growth: Grows quickly in a cluster. Many report metal halide lighting greatly increases growth rate.

Frogspawn Diet & Nutrition: Feed weekly with micro-plankton or brine shrimp.

Frogspawn Recommended Supplements: This coral benefits from the addition of calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water.

Detailed Information: The frogspawn coral is a relatively easy to grow for a LPS coral. Frogspawn has a branching skeleton and green or brown soft tissue that looks very much like frogs eggs. This is where the frogspawn gets its name from. Frogspawns are good for those just entering into LPS because they grow well and are hearty. Care should be taken because the frogspawn can pack a powerful sting. The frogspawn should be kept away from other corals and only handled with gloves.

Frogspawn Propagation: This coral is a branching type so it is very easy to frag. A simple pair of side cutters can be used to cut heads off the skeletal structure.

Frogspawn Toxicity: This species is toxic and has toxic tentacles that emrge at night.

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