LPS Coral For Sale

Large Polyp Stony coral, otherwise known as LPS coral, are one of Koral Kingdom's favorite sections. LPS coral are great options for the beginner to advanced aquarist as they suit almost every level of experience in the hobby. Found on the tables of our Process page we give you a small look at the care level needed for each frag or colony. From small Gonipora Frags to large meat corals (Acanthophyllia) we offer some of the best and healthiest LPS coral for sale anywhere. We’ve collected a bountiful assortment of Large Polyp Stony corals including Acans, Donut Corals, Plate Corals, Euphyllia (Torch, Octospawn, Frogspawn, Hammer), Fungia Corals, Open Brains, Scolymia, and more! Buy LPS coral as you scroll through our Large Polyp Stony Coral section!
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How to Place Your LPS Coral

The first step any enthusiast must take when purchasing a new coral is placing it in their tank. Many beginners tend not to think too hard about this step, but getting your placement right is essential for LPS coral survival. When you buy LPS coral, you should be aware that they can be among some of the more aggressive species present in tanks. Exercise caution when placing your LPS corals near other corals – many of the species of LPS coral for sale at Koral Kingdom have long sweeper tentacles used to battle neighbors that get too close. Sweeper tentacles can be surprisingly long and will extend far beyond the visible body of the LPS coral. It's also beneficial to be mindful of the polyps when you place your LPS coral. If the polyps happen to be inflated, they can tear on their skeleton.

How to Care For Your LPS Coral Frag

If you're going to buy LPS coral for your tank, you'll want to remember these important care tips to make sure your frags can thrive. LPS coral frags, like all types of coral, require specific care parameters for them to be the best they can be in your tank. While we don't want to generalize every LPS coral species, there are a few care tips that apply to LPS coral as a whole. Since LPS coral frags have a calcified external skeleton, monitoring your water for alkalinity and dissolved calcium levels is essential. Insufficient levels can result in the erosion of the skeleton – which will ultimately leave your LPS coral susceptible to death. You'll also want to monitor your lighting and water flow levels carefully, as with all types of coral. LPS coral frags benefit the most from low to moderate lighting and water flow levels (hence why they are often recommended as great beginner corals), so you don't need to be too involved. Too much light can result in bleaching, and too much water movement can tear their polyps.

How to Feed Your LPS Corals

When you buy LPS coral, it's important to remember that they are living animals and need to be fed accordingly. Many LPS corals have large, obvious mouths, making feeding much more manageable than their soft coral counterparts. Typically, LPS coral will accept soft, meaty foods like mysis, shrimp and sometimes even krill. Some types of LPS coral only need this feeding supplementally as they can rely on the products of photosynthesis to get many of their nutrients. In contrast, others will gradually waste away if not fed regularly.

Find the Best LPS Coral for Your Tank at Koral Kingdom

Koral Kingdom has the best LPS coral for sale online. Whether you're a new reed aquarist looking for your first LPS coral frag to begin your journey or an experienced veteran looking to add the perfect finishing touch to your tank, we've got the LPS coral you're looking for right here. Our dedicated team of experts propagates each of our LPS corals to mimic their exact place in the ocean, ensuring you'll receive a healthy, thriving specimen on your doorstep ready to be added to your tank. Not to mention, the LPS coral on our website is part of our WYSIWYG coral collection, meaning you'll be able to pick out the exact specimen you'll receive – what you see is what you get. Buy LPS coral today, and experience the natural beauty of the ocean right in your own home. If you have any questions about our LPS coral, check out our FAQ page. Or, feel free to contact us. Our expert reef aquarists are always happy to help.