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Old 11-05-2011, 05:28 PM   #1
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coral question

Hi I'll be going Tom to get a few coral frags and I have a highout put 4-bulb t5 aqutic life fixture and was wondering if I could support these kinds of corals
purple/blue acros $5-15
green/purple acros $10-15
Green Star Polyp colonies $5-15
Kenye Tree $5-15
Green Polyp Fuzzy Birdsnest $10-15
Pink Polyp Birdsnest $10-15
Pulsing Clove Xenia $10
Red Montipoa $5-15
Green Montipora $5-15
Elkhorn $10-15
Many diffrent species of Zoa polyps $5-20 (only common zoas)
The rarer zoas are $10-30 per head
And if they need to be placed high in the tank? thxs
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Old 11-05-2011, 05:33 PM   #2
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Yeah you should be fine, how many gallons is your aquarium and how deep?
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It's a 72 gallon I think it's 23 inchs high
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Yeah you should be fine that is a powerful fixture. And yes make sure you put the rare zoras on top of the aquarium to get a lot of light...
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Even the common zoas should be put on top of the aquarium.
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Ok thxs i have very high flow at the top would that be good for them?
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Old 11-05-2011, 06:00 PM   #7
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Yeah it should be fine just make sure that it is not pointing directly at them point it away, but keep it pointing to the top of the aquarium so they can move and flow calmly.
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