Crazy Sandal Coral Resurfaces after 5 Years of Growout!

Normally, when a wild and crazy version of a free living coral turns up, it’s generally sold for a premium and it disappears into a private collection. But thankfully, the truly incredible orange-splashed Fungiid that we featured five years ago…

Orange tongue coral is sporting a rainbow of extra color

From this simple picture alone, this is probably one of the most exquisite tongue corals we have ever seen. Sent to us by Eye Catching Coral, the image of this already-rare orange morph of the tongue coral, Herpolitha limax, is double…

Orange tongue coral with red tentacles and purple tips – first frag coming to tonight’s Diver’s Den

The mother of all orange tongue corals is coming to LiveAquaria’s Diver’s Den tonight. Being a colonial Fungiid, tongue corals of the Herpolitha genus are colonial which makes them a very suitable candidate for fragging and propagation, as is the case…

Time lapse video of disc and tongue corals show innate ability to survive being buried

It’s fairly well known that disc coral and tongue coral can excavate themselves after being buried with sand but a couple new time-lapse videos of Fungia scutaria and Herpolitha limax show something more. Not only do both of these corals inflate the…

Tiny orange tongue coral is an example of how to find cool corals

If there is one thing that I am glad about in this hobby it’s that my taste in corals is pretty different from the mainstream. I like weirdo corals, weirdo colors and I especially love creeper corals which look like…