*Picture of the ORA Frogskin Frag Taken from Unique Corals
Here is ORA’s latest coral release…the Frogskin Acro. It’s an interesting piece for sure, and I’m wondering if the tip color changes under different lighting.
*Picture taken from Unique Corals
Here’s a statement taken from Unique Corals
The Frogskin Acropora is an Acropora sp. that is aquacultured right here in the USA. The ORA Frogskin Acro has yellowish green coloration and extremely bumpy texture. The corallites are rotund and tubular and some of the polyps have a slightly blue hue.
The branches have the stockiness of Oregon Tortuosa, but as the colony grows, the branches fuse together similar to A. solitaryensis and form a thick, massive plate.
The color intensity of this coral naturally varies with light intensity. Currently the color is a light yellowish green due to the seasonal increase of light. Under the more stable light conditions found in aquariums, the yellow becomes very bright green and shaded areas have an almost purplish tone.
*Picture of the ORA Frogskin Acropora Mother Colony provide by Unique Corals