Jason Fox Lemon Lime Pocillopora

Jason Fox Lemon Lime Pocillopora Pocillopora corals have been in the US aquarium trade for about as long as SPS corals have been coming into to the US.  They are generally one of the more easy corals to keep and they are typically pale yellow, pink to reddish in color.  Pocillopora have also been know to sexually reproduce in the aquarium. The most common species in the trade is Pocillopora damicornis.  The growth form is cauliflower-like and the branches are often densely packed together.  Common names include; Cauliflower Coral, Brush Coral, or Cluster Coral. These corals are some of the most sought after with longer hairy polyps that are green in color and differ from the coloration of the coral which is primarily yellow. Pocillopora