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Coral placement

Discussion in 'LPS Keepers' started by rekian, Jul 16, 2015.

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  1. rekian

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    Royal Gramma

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    Will there be any problem if I place bubbles next to the gonio?


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    Depending on your flow, depends on your gonio tentacles short or long.....best is give a little distance and observe it at night.

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    Hi,

    Don't mind if I hijack this thread since it is the topic I want to ask.

    For corals like bubble,plate,hammer, elagance, duncans etc. do they need to be place bottom,mid,top? What type of flow and how much lighting or partial shade is ok too?


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    Different lps have different requirements. But the general water flow of them are low to moderate.

    For example, hammer would be best placed in the mid level with moderate flow and moderate lighting. However the types of light would also play a part in the positioning of your lps as well.

    Also note that not all lps can be placed near to each other due to their long stinging tentacles.
     

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