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Old 04-03-2014, 02:23 PM   #1
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Coral to choose

Well since my catastrophe my new tank is up and running and all I have left is one blenny. So begins the debate more fish or coral?????

Which coral should I start with? I want something easy and hardy I've never had coral before

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Some ricordea are a pretty hardy coral with tons of different color varieties. Also zoas and palys come in pretty much any color you can imagine.
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