Water Flow: Moderate
Care Level: Moderate
In general, corals from genus Leptastrea usually takes the form of encrusting to massive types. They have corallites that are cerioid in shape and colonies that are flat and angular. Their septa has a distinct cycle pattern that forms granulated sides and margins. They are one of the species of corals where their tentacles extends even if it is daytime.
Orange Leptastrea can survive without feeding courtesy from the nourishment it recieves from the symbiotic zooxanthellae that is living within them. However, they will not grow in to a bigger colony. With this and for faster growth, you need to feed them with supplemental foods like krill, mysis or brine shrimp. The addition of dissolved organics is also recommended.
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