The FDA Yellow Branching Galaxea is a rare and cool looking treat. Previously named Acrhelia horrescens, the Galaxea horrescens corallites seems to spiral around it's branches as opposed to other corals where they appear random. In the wild, this Galaxea lives away from the shoreline. You will want to keep this away from your other high end corals. This colony can send out tentacles around 2 inches when it wants. When fully happy it turns a beautiful yellow color. Even in a stable system this color comes and goes. Aside from the expected color shifts this is a hardy coral.
Tan-yellow-green flesh, long tentacles. Hardy coral.
Med/High-High Light, Med/High Flow, Broadcast Feeding.