:  Corallimorphidae
Taxonomy: Corallimorpharia: Corallimorphidae (Mushroom Corals)
Body Form: The pedal disc forms the attachment site to the substrate. The column is the stalked body which is often reduced. The upper surface is the oral disc.
Diet: photosynthetic , particulates, flocculents, possibly detritus    Care Level:  easy
Natural History: Corallimorpharians are very difficult to taxonomize and lack a skeleton. They have short reduced tentacles that appear as bumps or protrusions. Their tentacles cannot be retracted. Most species in this group reproduce readily by budding.