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Old 07-16-2003, 08:45 PM   #1
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Soft Coral Suggestion

I am looking for your suggestions on a colorful soft coral that likes alot of light. I have this perfect bridge formed with LR, it is about 15" from my 2 125W MH lights. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Old 07-16-2003, 08:53 PM   #2
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Why does it have to be a soft coral? Why not a M. digitata, or a M cap, or al nice frogspawn or Anchor, or Torch? It's not the most colorful, but still a very beautiful coral...Colt coral, or a neon Green Tree
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See I am unsure on what they look like. I guess I am open to others, but I don't know what direction to go. Sorry.
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M digitata


M. capricoris


Frogspawn


Anchor


Torch Coral


Hara's Colt coral, freshly fragged too


Green Tree
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Ricordea .... or Zoanthids ...
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I like the zoos...they will spread and cover the bridge. Biased opinion as zoos are one of my favorites though.
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Zoos are cool, but they wont really jump out like a monti cap would, or a torch, hammer, anchor, frogspawn or any SPS would. Im like Kevin, if you have got the MH, use it!
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LOL Leather Toadstools would look great on a bridge, but I'll warn ya they get BIG!

http://www.aquariumadvice.com/photop...t=7&thecat=500

It's the big Gold one pressing up against the glass, but I love it!
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