Color: Green, Red, Blue
Feeding: None - Photosynthetic
A very unique colored Acropora that prefers low to moderate light levels. The AA Frog Skin has a forest green pigment that appears painted across base branch areas. The green contrasts strongly with the sky blue corallites. Branch end areas can be solid sky blue, while middle to lower branch areas have the green skin surrounding sky blue corallites. The coral is called Frog Skin because of the unique green pigmentation that appears to be some new type of grafting. It is very possible that this coral acquired the green while in captivity. Photo courtesy fo Reeffarmers.