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Amazing Acropora Frags for Sale

Add acropora frags to your saltwater reef aquarium and enjoy the vibrant colors this SPS type coral has to offer! Available in a variety of colors, this diverse group of corals requires a moderate to advanced level of reef care experience. Choose from Rainbow, Staghorn, Branching, or Table acropora frags for sale, or check out our other coral collections such as euphyllia or blastomussa!

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Discover the Allure of Acropora Coral

Acropora coral is a fascinating and incredibly diverse genus of SPS (Small Polyp Stony) corals, renowned for its vibrant colors and intricate shapes. A favorite among reef hobbyists, Acropora coral is distinguishable by its branched skeletal structure, often resembling antlers or miniature trees. These branching forms can create a visually stunning aquascape that transforms any reef aquarium into a captivating underwater world.

When you're searching for Acropora coral, quality and source matter. That's where Pacific East Aquaculture comes in. We offer the highest-grade Acropora for sale. Each piece is nurtured in optimal conditions to guarantee unparalleled health and coloration. Whether you're looking to start your own Acropora colony or add a few smaller Acropora frags to your current setup, we carry the best of the best. Browse our entire selection of Acropora for sale today.

Mastering the Art of Acropora Coral Care

Acropora corals are undeniably beautiful, but they come with a set of care requirements that make them best suited for experienced reefkeepers. Don't let this intimidate you, though. Any reef aquarist will find Acropora coral incredibly rewarding to keep, as long as they always keep its care requirements in mind.

Acropora corals are sensitive to both water quality and lighting conditions. Due to their sensitivity, smaller Acropora frags and colonies are often recommended as they have a better track record for home survival.


While Acropora corals are primarily photosynthetic, supplemental feeding of zooplankton, amino acids or coral-specific food can help bolster their health and intensify their colors.

Lighting and Placement

For optimal health and coloration, Acropora corals require strong lighting conditions. Metal Halides, T-5s or LEDs are highly recommended. Place your Acropora colony or frags in a high flow and light area of your tank, but ensure they have enough space to grow without contacting other corals, as they can be quite aggressive.

Water Flow and Quality

Strong and random water flow is preferred to help distribute nutrients and clean your Acropora coral's surface. Beyond aesthetics, the importance of water quality cannot be overstated. Stable water parameters can prevent your Acropora from "browning out," a common issue related to fluctuating conditions. It's essential to monitor and maintain calcium, alkalinity and magnesium levels as they play a crucial role in the skeletal growth of Acropora corals.

Building a Compatible Underwater Community With Acropora Coral

When curating an aquarium that includes Acropora corals, selecting the right tankmates is crucial for a harmonious and thriving ecosystem. Here's what to consider:

  • Compatible Corals: While Acropora corals are low to moderately aggressive toward other SPS (Small Polyp Stony) corals, compatibility with LPS (Large Polyp Stony) corals like Blastomussa can be tricky. LPS corals are generally more aggressive and may extend sweeper tentacles that can sting and harm Acropora colonies.
  • Fish for Acropora Tanks: Reef-safe and non-aggressive fish make ideal companions for your Acropora colony or frags. Clownfish, gobies and small wrasses are popular choices as they do not tend to disturb the corals. However, avoid angelfish and larger wrasses that might pick at Acropora polyps.
  • Invertebrates and Acropora: Invertebrates like cleaner shrimp and snails can be beneficial as they help to keep the tank clean, further promoting the health of your Acropora coral. Hermit crabs can also co-exist, but ensure they are the reef-safe varieties.
  • Acropora and Clams: Clams can be great tankmates for Acropora corals, but there are some caveats. Both clams and Acropora compete for calcium and other trace elements, so meticulous monitoring and replenishment of these elements are essential to keep both thriving.

Frequently Asked Questions: Acropora Coral

If you have any questions or want to learn more about Acropora for sale from Pacific East Aquaculture, check out the answers to our most frequently asked questions below.

How Do I Acclimate Acropora Coral to My Tank?

Proper acclimation is crucial for Acropora coral. Typically, the drip acclimation method is recommended, taking around one to two hours to gradually introduce the coral to your tank's water parameters.

What Is the Difference Between an Acropora Colony and Acropora Frags?

An Acropora colony is a mature, fully-grown coral, while Acropora frags are smaller fragments that can grow into full colonies. Frags are often easier to acclimate and have a better survival rate in new aquariums.

Where Can I Find Acropora for Sale?

You can find high-quality Acropora for sale at Pacific East Aquaculture. We offer various Acropora colonies and frags propagated in optimal conditions to ensure robust health and vibrant colors.

Shop High-Quality Acropora Coral for Sale at Pacific East Aquaculture

There's never been a better time to enrich your reef aquarium with some of the planet's most vibrant and captivating WYSIWYG corals. When you choose Acropora coral for sale from Pacific East Aquaculture, you invest in a thriving, sustainable ecosystem. Our Maryland-certified facility is a sanctuary of aquatic beauty, where each Acropora colony and frag is nurtured in optimal conditions to ensure unparalleled health and coloration. Don't settle for less; choose the premium quality and sustainable practices that Pacific East Aquaculture delivers.