Chalice corals are generally considered easy to care for, but require moderate to high lighting and water flow, as well as stable water parameters. They can be kept in a range of aquarium sizes and can adapt well to different lighting and water flow conditions.
One unique feature of chalice corals is that they can grow new tissue over damaged areas, allowing them to recover from small injuries or fragmentations. This makes them an excellent choice for aquarists interested in propagating and sharing their corals with others.
Overall, chalice corals are a striking and dynamic addition to any reef aquarium, providing a range of vibrant colors and patterns while remaining relatively easy to care for.