Corky Finger, has a beauty all its own. In the wild it is normally seen in multiple erect, finger-like rods rising from it. When not open the fat fingers are purple with slightly raised calyces that are more of a nub than a tube. Long, grass-like tan to golden polyps extend from the calyces, giving ..
The Red Finger Gorgonian Sea Fan Coral is also referred to as Red Tree Gorgonian, or Colorful Sea Rod. An attractive branching tree-like coral, it is extremely brittle and breaks easily, making it easy to propagate in this way. It basically is available in two color variations being bright orange-ye..
The Yellow Finger Gorgonian Sea Fan Coral is common throughout the Caribbean and is yellow with red calyces. The polyps of this gorgonian are white and are usually only seen during the nighttime when the aquarium's lights are off. This gorgonian sea fan is non-photosynthetic and makes a great additi..