Green Grade A Mili Acropora
Beautiful Grade A
We have just received new stock of a beautiful Green Mili Acropora. The coral is approximately 2.5" and is a beautiful color. Please note that Acros can change color as they acclimate to new tanks and lighting.
All of our stock is sold as WYSIWYG Coral, meaning "What you see is what you get". Our pictures are of the actual coral you will receive; not stock photos or pictures of past stock. We pride ourselves on customer satisfaction, and you can rest assured that what you buy is exactly what you will receive. No bait-and-switches here, as done by some other sites... In the unlikely case that something were to change with your order, we will contact you with updated details to ensure that you would like to proceed.
About Green Mili Acropora
Acropora in Captivity
Acropora tend to do well in captivity as long as they have pristine water conditions. This is the reason we list these corals as "expert" coral, only. Bad water quality can have a very negative inpact upon these coral.
Reef Keeping Information
Acropora come in a multitude of colors. They can actually change color as they acclimate to a new tank. This change is due to water conditions and lighting, so what you see pictured in our tank may not look exactally the same as it would in your tank. Acros can take up to 5 - 6 months to regain their normal growth rate after placing in a new tank. Acros are sensitive and can be stressed easily by moving them around in your tank, so we suggest that you find a secure place for your Acro and place it in that area, not to be moved.
Acroporas require strong / intense lighting
Handling / Fragging
Acropora should be handled as little as possible. It is recommended that you place the coral in a secure place in your tank and not to move it except for fragging as they can "stress" very easily. If at all possible, it is recommended that you frag the piece while it is actually in the tank. As with any coral, gloves and protective eyewear should be used when fragging or handling coral. Even though the coral may not be toxic, some people have sensitivity to marine life.
Acroporas fall into the SPS category. Small Polyp Stony Coral as the most delicate of coral and require expert care. It is recommended that SPS not be mixed with other coral, or if they are, it is recommended that you allow at least 10" of spacing between your Acro and other coral. Acropora can release digestive strands called "Acotina" which can actually kill neighboring coral and invertebrates.
Expert with a well established tank. Acros are very sensitive to changes in water parameters and will thrive in pristine water conditions.
Acropora are considered to be aggressive coral for reasons explained above.
Althought it is not required, it is recommended that you feed your Acros once a week with Zooplankton to maintain proper health and growth.
|Size||Approximately 2.5 inches to 3 inches|
|Temperament||Aggressive; May sting other corals|
|Lighting||Strong / Intense Lighting is required|
|Diet / Feeding||Although it is not required, it is recommended that your Acros be fed Zooplankton at least once per week|