Cauliflower Soft Coral
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- The cauliflower soft coral (Eunephthya thyrsoidea) is a species of colonial soft coral in the family Nephtheidae.Cauliflower soft corals grow in colonies ,The polyps are 0.2 cm in diameter. It grows as a large whitish colony with side branches ending in bunches of grey or brown-tinged polyps.It has been well propagated in captivity. They are not hermatypic which means they won’t contribute to the structure of the reef. However, in the wild, it will take 2 years for a colony to repopulate and therefore there is a concern from conservationists about the collection of these corals from the wild. Some countries have outlawed the collection of it and propagating these in captivity could seriously support the future of the species in the wild..
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