Looking to make a show stopping easy to keep coral reef tank? I’ve been in your shoes before starting out having no clue what corals to get, yet wanting the prettiest corals to find. Good looking corals do not have to be difficult to keep. There are plenty of beginner corals that not only are good looking, but make reef keeping easy to do.
Have you tried setting up a coral reef tank? Selecting your first corals can be overwhelming but there are certain important things to consider about this high maintenance hobby. Corals thrive best in larger reef tanks but they can also be kept in small aquariums.One of my most favorite items in the marine hobby is soft coral.
Reef tanks can be pretty intimating for a newcomer. LPS Corals are the big show stoppers in the tank with their colors and their varieties, but not all LPS corals are created equally. Some of these corals are difficult to keep, but we have a list of corals here that you can safely pick from if you are looking to get into coral keeping.
In this post I’m going to highlight the Pulsing Xenia – one of the most unique soft corals available, but also a coral that needs to have a warning label for anyone looking to put one in their tank.