So, more of a general theoretic question I have:
Why don't corals, especially those that require feeding, contribute to a tank's bioload (in terms of a max stocking quantity like fish do)? Are they more efficient at digesting food than fish, thus creating less waste? Or is it as simple as being a function of a reduced feeding schedule compared to fish?
I ask because I have a large elegance coral and just added Duncan's & frogspawn which I feed weekly with prepared foods along with Reef Roids, Snow etc for the SPS