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Old 01-01-2012, 02:29 PM   #1
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SPS spacing

When I originally placed these two corals, a orange cap and what I belive to be montipora spongodes. I had no idea they would end up doing this well. Now they are getting pretty close to each other. There is actually only about 1/4" between them, and they are growing fast. Will they just naturally avoid each other or should I cut off pieces. Both are very well encrusted to the rock.
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The cap will grow faster and most likely grow around the spongodes. Neither will be harmed by the other.
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