Monti Cap

Monti Cap
Monti Cap,
Montipora Capricornis
Description: These thin flat stony corals found in a wide variety of corals including yellow, green, pink, and more. Their growth patterns are dramatically impacted by flow and light.

Feeding: These corals have very small polyps and require no feeding as they get most of the energy they need to live and grow from the symbiotic algae that grows within their tissue. They may feed on small quantities of oyster eggs or golden pearls or other very small plankton foods.

Special Notes: These are typically very hardy animals in captivity and can easily be fragmented to create new daughter colonies. Fragmenting or “fragging” is where a piece of the coral is removed in an attempt to create another coral.

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