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Old 04-02-2010, 08:19 PM   #1
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Coral How much light and current?

I have numerous corals but i have one that does not open. I am not sure if it has to much light or to much current. First i need to ID this coral. where on the site can i find an encyclopedia of these corals?

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Best if you post a picture in the ID section of the forum and let some of the members tell you what you have.
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coral, current, light

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