The Discosoma- and Rhodactis disc anemones are given names due to their flat, disc-shaped form of polyps. The polyps often sit close together and press the edge of oral disc: Thus the funnel shape arises for this coral species. The multiplication takes place in the marine aquarium largely asexually, by separating the oral disc (Discosoma) or by separating the segments (Rhodactis).
This category is primarily concerned with tropical corals of Rhodactis- and Discosoma class. In addition to Ultra disc anemones WhiteCorals sells additional corals of this species, it includes Ricordea classes (Ricordea Florida, Ricordea Yuma) which also belong to this species of disc anemones, however has few differences.
Easy to keep
Disc anemones are perfect for beginners!