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Old 07-17-2005, 12:00 PM   #1
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Good centerpiece coral

What would make a good centerpiece coral. I have 150 MH and 2 55 watt 03 actinics. Right now I have a frogspawn, but I'm not really happy with it in the center.... any ideas welcome....

Tank is 6 month old water params are good also.
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How about a 3-5 inch maxima clam?(Blue) They are an excellent centerpiece IMO.
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I was thinking clam also or possibly an open brain coral.
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I think a large, nicely colored Montipora capricornis would be excellent. They grow quickly so a frag would work also if given some time.
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How about an elegance coral?
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