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Old 12-02-2020, 11:52 AM   #1
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Suggestions for easy coral for this side of tank

So I've been getting some corals for my aquarium and so far the aquarium looks really fantastic with them. And for one end of the aquarium, there is an overhang connecting two rocks together. On the left rock, there is a small red micromussa colony, and on the other side is a bullseye rhodactis shroom. And above the structure is the powerhead. What can I put on the "bridge" that will work with these 2 on either side of it? Some options I can think of are

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- Toadstool
- Sinularia
- Wall Hammer (I really like the pink ones)
- Bubble coral

But I'd also like to hear what suggestions or input you guys might have, so please let me know what you think!


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Any of the options you listed would be good. You could also do a torch or frogspawn. Most torches are pretty $$$ nowadays though.
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THis is a bubble coral I got about 18 yrs ago. It now looks like this


They are very easy to care for. No target feeding. They just get what they need out of the water column. Same with the hammer coral
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This is my tank. Basically everything in here is a easy to moderate care coral. Dont have the lighting for expert level.
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This is my tank. Basically everything in here is a easy to moderate care coral. Dont have the lighting for expert level.
Really nice! That bubble coral looks sharp! Definitely will think about putting it in my aquarium now. And oh yes, frogspawns and torches are incredible! I've already worked out another place in my aquarium for a frogspawn.


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This is my tank. Basically everything in here is a easy to moderate care coral. Dont have the lighting for expert level.
Very very excellent!
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