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Old 03-08-2005, 01:02 AM   #1
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LPS question

i would like to have hammer and frogspwan in my 15gal tank. is it suitable for them in this small tank?
Does LPS means the coral will eventually grow to a big big coral? sorry about my silly Q.

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In a 15gal I would see if you can get smaller ones, maybe frags. They will grow and can grow very large but it will take a long time. You can also just keep fragging them as needed. These are both semi-aggressive corals so give them some space.
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