Indophyllia macassarensis, The Rarest of the Donut Corals

Today while diving in the South east of Bali, we got lucky to be welcome by ‘extremely’ cold temperature waters (21C, 69F). Because this is unusually cold water for Bali, it is actually a sign of upwelling of cold, clear…

Eye of the Tiger Indophyllia Is A Diamond in the Rough

Sometime, when presented with a huge selection of the craziest Donut Corals (Acanthophyllia deshaesyana), your attention can’t focus on one particular piece, as they’re all gorgeous. But on the side, in the middle of the rejected one, a pure jewel…

Orange jaguar spotted Indophyllia is a cacophony of colours

We’ve seen the previous jaguar Indophyllia in green and red at Age of Aquariums and Cherry Corals before, now here’s here another in stunning orange. Or pink. The fleshy coral donned in spot pattern is a mixture of orangey pink…

Showstopping jaguar Indophyllia at Age of Aquariums

This amazing Cynarina Indophyllia was the crown jewel of the Age of Aquariums booth at Reef-a-Palooza. This healthy specimen was going for a fraction of the price of the bright chalice morphs that filled booths around the show and we were amazed…