WYSIWYG Euphyllia - Minty Torch
During the day the tentacles are extended and provide nice movement to the reef which is much like the movement normally only found in soft corals. On top of the nice movement the tentacles fluoresce under actinic lighting adding vibrant color to the reef.
Torch corals come in a variety of colors. Some of the most common colors are brown, green, purple, and gold.
These are a fairly hardy species and do not require a lot of light. Florescent and LED lights are best suited for this coral.
Note that when lights are off, these corals extend sweeper tentacles that may irritate surrounding corals.