What's up guys! I found a rare coral at my LFS called Purple Tree Coral (pic attached). I was told that it is not a carnation, and that is easy to keep alive. Can someone please tell me if this is true. The only info I was able to find on line was about Taylor's Purple Tree Coral: Taylor's Purple Tree Coral (Nephthea sp.) Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful Lighting: Moderate Waterflow: Medium to Strong Placement: Middle to Top Water Conditions: 72-78° F, sg 1.023-1.025, pH 8.1-8.4, dKH 8-12 Color Form: Purple Supplements: Iodine, Strontium, Trace Elements Origin: Aquacultured - Drs. Foster & Smith Family: Nephtheidae The Taylor's Purple Tree Coral is boldly colored in purple hues that dress any home reef aquarium. This noteworthy color variety is a dramatic contrast to the softer yellow and green coloration commonly associated with other members of the Nephtheidae family. Most importantly, the Taylor's Purple Tree Coral is aquacultured for guaranteed health without placing additional strain on our ocean's fragile reef system. This soft coral is peaceful but still needs ample space between itself and others in the reef aquarium. The Taylor's Purple Tree Coral is easy to maintain in the reef aquarium, and will require moderate lighting conditions combined with medium to strong water movement. For continued good health, the Taylor's Purple Tree Coral will also require the addition of iodine, strontium, and other trace elements to the water. The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within its body provide some of the nutritional needs via the light driven process of photosynthesis. The Taylor's Purple Tree Coral will also require feedings of food such as micro-plankton, baby brine shrimp, or foods designed for filter feeding invertebrates. These should be regularly blown across the polyps. Is this the same thing?