Originally Posted by Readingexcalibur
Corals don't release eggs, what you saw was probably tenticals coming out for feeding. They do this at night and you just noticed it because you now have the lights.
Actually corals can and do spawn. Some can be seen releasing what look like eggs. This is one way the reproduce most commonly occurring in the wild but can happen in a tank with proper conditions.
Spawning behavior can be one the benefits of moonlighting but beyond this its only about looks and night time viewing.
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