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Old 03-24-2014, 04:14 PM   #1
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Ok what coral next ?

I have a 33 long slat water tank with t5s high output what would do well in my tank coral wise ? Click image for larger version

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Old 03-24-2014, 04:30 PM   #2
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Try a hammer/ frogspawn/ torch/ octospawn coral they all will do fine under your lighting and look so good waving in the current!
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How many bulbs? Like stated any of the euphyllia will do well. Zoas, Duncan's, acans are all fantastic IMO.
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I wanna have this tank as a softie tank though and I have two bulbs
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Toadstools are awesome
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Toadstools are awesome
There are some amazing varieties of mushroom leathers out there. I have a beautiful green polyp in my 55 reef. Months ago I was reading about an 'extra long' polyp mushroom leather that looked like a willow tree, was stunning.
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That's an interesting shape/gallon wise tank.

Anyway, like said, toadstools and mushrooms are awesome for softie tanks.
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Other softies you may like are green sinularia, Xenia, gsp, zoas. Most of those wave in the current
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Flower pot coral! Is a very nice softy!
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Flower pot coral! Is a very nice softy!
That's an lps coral and probably the most difficult to keep alive out of the lps. I wouldn't buy it
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