Australian Blood Red Chalice, with its hard stony coarse exterior and its sharp unique color makes it a great addition to any aquarium.
Most Coral enthusiasts would concur that the most sensitive and fragile of all corals is the (Echinohyllia). While at the same time requires minimal attention, which makes the Chalice Coral one of the easiest corals to maintain and enjoy. In order to harvest a successful colony of Chalice Corals all that one would require is some good clean quality water, low/mod flow, low lights and your coral can flourish with as little as two feedings a week.
In the wild the Chalice Coral inhabit numerous habitats at various depths, light levels and water flow. Their adaptability to these multiple elements contributes to this being one of the easiest corals to care for. In fact, if the edge of the coral is placed against any surface, like the glass of the aquarium, it will actually encrust onto it and flourish. These amazing corals do make an ideal first stony coral.