Cyphastrea decadia is easy to breed. There are offspring in the trade
available. If you are interested in Cyphastrea decadia, please contact us at
Your dealer for a progeny instead of a wildcat.
You help to protect the natural stocks.
Moll & Best, 1984
Description: Colonies are branching, with Acropora-like axial corallites. On upper reef slopes, colonies have compact branches; on soft substrates, branches are more open and colonies are fragile. Primary septa vary from 10 to 12 in number. Costae are usually weakly developed.
Color: Brown, grey or cream.
Habitat: A wide range of reef environments, especially lagoons.
Similar Species: None.