:  Mussidae
Taxonomy: Scleractinia: Mussidae (Stony Corals)
Body Form: Mussids are thick-tissue reef-building corals with large corallites (skeletal unit). Most are colonial.
Diet: Some have zooxanthellae and others are entirely heterotrophic.    Care Level:  easy
Natural History: The Mussids are fairly common and conspicuous reef inhabitants with bizaare shapes and body patterns. Most have large fleshy polyps and are avid feeders on large planktonic foods. Light requirements are modest and, along with mild to moderate water flow, most Mussids prosper in the aquarium. Some species are vulnerable to toxins produced by the soft corals.
50 Head Ultra Acan
60 Head Red Acan
Aussi Green Blastomussa
Aussie Acan
Brain Coral
Brain Coral
Button Coral
Flat Brain Coral
Green & Orange Brain Coral
Lobophyllia - Brain
Lobophyllia - Brain, White
Lobophyllia - Tricolor Pink
Meat Coral
Neon Green Lobophyllia
Peach Pink Green Lobophyllia
Pineapple Coral - Red
Red & Green Aussi Scolymia
Red & Green Scolymia
Red Brain Lobophyllia
Scolymia - Green and White
Scolymia - Orange Artichoke
Scolymia - Red
Ultra Acan