Euphyllia corals belong to the category of hard corals classified as LPS. LPS stands for Large Polyp Stony Corals. The genus Euphyllia currently includes nine different species of animals based on their growth form. They are characterized by a calcareous skeleton with long protruding tentacles.
Among the most common species of Euphyllia: Euphyllia glabrescens, Euphyllia ancora, Euphyllia paraancora, Euphyllia cristata, Euphyllia paradivisa, Euphyllia divisa, Euphyllia yaeyamaensis.
In recent years, specific names have been created for the glabrescens species for the color variants, among the most widespread Euphyllia glabresces 24k, Euphyllia glabresces holy grail, Euphyllia glabresces banana, Euphyllia glabresces hellfire, Euphyllia glabresces golden torch, Euphyllia glabresces dragon soul, Euphyllia glabresces ny knicks, Euphyllia glabresces joker.