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Old 09-18-2011, 10:25 PM   #1
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Question frogspawn problem

So i am trying to debate on moving my frogspawn or just leave it alone, the spot it is in now is a nice open spot about close to mid level in my 45 gallon tall aquarium. Its been in my tank for about a week now and all the heads deff open up except for like 2 of them they are still slow to open, i can tell the coral isnt fully open yet do you think i should move it to a higher spot or leave it alone and it might just still be adjusting.
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Old 09-18-2011, 11:46 PM   #2
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Flow has a lot to do with frogspawn opening up completely I noticed when mine gets to much flow it doesn't open completely. It usually takes a few days for my corals to open completely after I get them.
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so you think i should just leave it alone because some of the heads open up pretty nicely but others dont look so happy i was wondering if they were still adjusting or if i should move them up their under 2 dual t5 on a HO ballast in a 22" tank and their close to half way up so i dont know if i should move them up
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I have frogspawn that is down at the bottom of the tank and very close to the top of the tank. I have one at the top under MH and it does fine. I think flow has more to do with frogspawn opening than light.

Wait a few days and then start moving it to see if that helps.
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