ok so i just got home from the lfs
and i had asked them if they could order me some corals one of them was a pumping xenia. the guy said he could but they have not had vary good luck with them in the tanks. he showed me some that he had in a tank and they did not look good. he said i can take them if i want for no cost. so i said well ya i will take them (free if it dies it was no cost to me) now how do i get them to do well in this tank. they really did not look good when i got them. i need to know every thing about them. do they like a lot of flow or little? do they love light or more in the dark parts. or do they just do well in every part. also if any one could help me on how to get them to grow. thanks for your help.
also when i was there they had some way cool blue button polyps oh man they were nice. vary healthy and good coloring. there was about 30-50 of them on a rock for $69.99 i wish i would have gotten. but i am really looking for green ones not blue ones.
A 46 gal
bow front (Soft coral) reef tank with a 10 gal
sump. And a 30 gal
and Clam) reef tank hooked up to the sump of the 46 so they share water.