I've been researching Trumpet coral and although most sources agree it can thrive in either sandy or rocky locations, there seems to be conflicting views on the level of waterflow. I've seen everything from low right up to high flow suggested.
Can anyone shed some light on this?
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Treat it like you would any other LPS. They prefer med-low water flow. Anything too high will cause tissue recession. They do well in a wide variety of settings but do not like intense lighting either.
I have two clusters and mine like med. flow and med. light. they are very easy to care for. A couple hours after lights out, shine a flash light in the tank and you may it's long, clear sweepers expanded and waving in the current. Pretty cool.