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Old 02-02-2014, 11:39 AM   #11
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I dont see why not, they are fairly small and quite cute. Thats one fish i havent had just yet lol

Since I got the tank, and it's full, do you know if it is common for corals to grow off of live rock?
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Old 02-02-2014, 07:40 PM   #12
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I've been doing my own research using books and other sites not this forum...people are so hot and cold or they just don't respond at all....
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What lighting is it? That will dictate the corals. Zoas are one of my favorites and will do fine under either lights
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What lighting is it? That will dictate the corals. Zoas are one of my favorites and will do fine under either lights

Well, it's all stock. There's a 10,000k light, and I think a 6k, and a few more. I apologize for lack of knowledge.
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No your good I think they're power compacts. You can
Do softies and some lower light lps
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No your good I think they're power compacts. You can
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Hello! Sorry for not replying. I assume LPS get much larger than SPS?
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Hello! Sorry for not replying. I assume LPS get much larger than SPS?
No other way around. Sps need much more intense light than power compacts though
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