What's up everyone? I've started looking at a few corals. They're still a month or so off, but I'm researching them now.
I think my 3 favorite (that are easy to care for...or so I'm lead to believe) are: Frogspawn-green (Euphyllia paradivisa), Torch Coral (Euphyllia glabrescens), and "Candy Cane" Coral (Caulastrea furcata).
I also like the Starburst Polyps (Pachyclavularia sp.), Pulsing Xenia (Xenia sp.), Short-Tentacled Plate Coral (Fungia repanda), and "Galaxia" coral.
I'm having trouble finding information on the Galaxia in particular. Anyways, here are my questions in general:
What, if anything, do you feel should be dosed to support the healthy existence of these corals?
Will these get along if given ample room between them? Should I not mix a certain few?
Any suggestions on the selection? Any experiences with any of these that you find particularly helpful?
Should I feed phytoplankton (for some of these, and for my inverts, while I'm asking).
Here are some galaxia-specific questions:
Desired water flow? Light level? Ease of maintenance? Location in tank? Recommended distance from other corals?
Sorry for all the questions. There're a lot of them I know, but I wanna do it right. So, I'm again asking for your help
Tank specs: (currectly) 2x250w 10,000K MH
... (will be 3x250wMH, and 4x96w PC 03
125gal, 55gal sump, Berlin XL protein skimmer, I don't even know how many lbs. of LR
... over 200 for sure, DSB