Blue-eyed Green Maze Brain Coral - Platygyra sp.
Named for its unique pattern, the Maze Brain Coral (Platygyra sp.) is a relatively hardy coral. The color of Maze Brain can range from green to purple. Colonies are usually round and boulder-like in shape but encrusting forms may be found.
The Maze Brain has long sweeper tentacles which may sting neighboring corals. It can be fed zooplankton or phytoplankton and greatly benefits from supplemental trace elements including calcium. Its lighting requirements can vary but brighter-colored colonies typically need higher light, and colonies under lower light need more supplemental feedings. Water flow should be moderate to high.
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|Common Name||Blue-eyed Green Maze Brain|
|Scientific Name||Platygyra sp.|
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