Brown Jelly Disease: Causes & Treatment 


Sometimes things go smoothly in your aquarium, and then “bam” just like that, you have a brown jelly disease outbreak. The victims of this nasty disease are usually corals from the Euphyllia group. Euphyllia Corals include some of our favorite LPS corals: Torches, Frogspawns, and Hammer Corals. They are without a doubt one of the … Read more

Can You Put Torch Coral Next To Each Other?

Many corals will live in harmony, however, there are a few corals that will do everything in their power to make their neighbor feel unwelcome, and trust me, you don’t want to take a gamble and place them too close to one of your well-established and healthy corals! Torch corals are one of the most … Read more

What Do Torch Corals Eat?


Whether you should feed your coral or not is a question every hobbyist has asked themselves at least once.  The Torch Coral (Euphyllia glabrescens), despite its slightly aggressive temperament, is a popular large polyp stony (LPS) coral known for its mesmerizing colors, ease of care, and hardiness, which make it a popular coral for both … Read more

Will Torch Coral Sting Frogspawn?


Are you considering adding some corals to your aquarium but unsure if they will get along?  Torch (Euphyllia glabrescens) and Frogspawn (Euphyllia divisa) Corals are beautiful LPS (large polyp stony) corals that originate from the Indo-Pacific region. They have now made their way into many saltwater reef aquariums worldwide because of their fantastic swaying tentacles, … Read more

How Fast Do Torch Corals Grow?


So your Torch Coral has just arrived, and now you are wondering how fast it will grow into that epic Torch Coral you have seen online…Or maybe it has already been one month since it arrived and it hasn’t grown much and you are wondering why.  Well, that is because Torch Corals are an LPS … Read more

Aussie Gold Torch Care – How To Increase The Survival Rate Of This Euphyllia


Aussie Gold Torch (Euphyllia glabrescens) corals are one of the most stunning torches on the market. They have unique color morphs that have yellow, gold, or orange with purple tips, which is why they are a favorite among many aquarium hobbyists. Now, you may already be aware of Euphyllia corals, as the genus also includes … Read more