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Old 10-04-2011, 08:35 PM   #1
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Torch Tip and Fan Sponge

Hi Everyone!

I've had my salt water Nano 12 gallon up and running for a couple of months! Everything has progressed very nicely and now I have introduced several soft corals along with three fish including a percula, fire fish and watchman goby. My water levels remain ideal and, knock on wood, I have had no major issues to date.

I have been experimenting with moving my hydor nano around the tank to see what provides the best conditions and water movement.

I have a torch tip coral that seems to be "Reaching for an Orange Fan Sponge located nearby. It can't quite reach the sponge but am wondering if I should move the sponge? Will the torch tip harm my sponge?

Thanks again for your patience, experience and information.

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