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Old 03-21-2009, 12:04 AM   #1
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FrogSPawn and Water Flow?

Can Frogspawn coral with stand High Flow Current? I mean not being blasted like some SPS corals need to be but in most cases High Water Flow?
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As long as the tissue isn't being forcibly blown in any singular direction you should be fine. The tentacles should sway with the currents.
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Sweet Thanks. Right now it's mid level and it's receiving a lot more current than before. I'll try to post a video to should you what I am talking about.
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I agree with James. Swaying is good.
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Right on. If it is in too much flow it will not extend fully. Random flow is best
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