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Old 07-09-2011, 06:57 PM   #1
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Favia Coral vs Torch Coral

i have both of these corals and i have a position just above the sand and a position half way up almost to the top of my tank its a 45 gallon tank under dual T5 HO lights which one needs more light? which in my case gets the higher position rather then the lower thanks forr the help guys!
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IMO the torch needs to be off the substrate. Sand will irritate the heads and possibly cause brown jelly disease. I would at least have it half way up. Just my experience.
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Old 07-09-2011, 07:21 PM   #3
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the torch coral is off the sand hes about 5 inches above it the tank is about 22-24 inches deep not sure i dont remember and dont have a ruler and i just put the favia up top because its really green and i want to keep it that way lol do you think my torch will be ok taht low? its not its normal size right now but i just figured that cause its adjusting because it use to be up top where the favia sits now
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and also does me touching the favia irritate it? i tried not to when i was putting it in my tank but i did touch it a few times
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