Saturday, October 08, 2011
Finger coral does well in almost any tank condition. Under higher light they extend flower like polyps along the length of their "fingers". These are rapid growers but are easily propagated by cutting. Since this genus does not produce a slime coat like many other soft corals when cut it is much more easily attached to small pieces of live rock, or placed in a hole or crevice in the rock. It generally only takes a few days to become securely attached to it's new home.