06-09-2013, 04:09 PM
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Originally Posted by MetalArm3
Love the purple plate coral. That's cool how you tried to map out you coral placement, very creative. Don't forget that the Duncan Coral will probably be your fastest growing coral. I would leave 2in on either side of it because in less than a year you will have 20 heads on that thing :)
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Thank You. Im trying to understand their needs based on lighting and flow. I went to the LFS with a set goal of what I wanted. I actually should have bought a few other frags since everything I got was onsale. I fell in love with the purple plate. plates are expensive!!!!!! But so worth it. I fed it last night as it opened right away and watching it east was SO COOL. Allthough my cleaner shrimp stole some food from it.
Originally Posted by RSully
The top pick, coral on the right looks like one I have that the lfs said it's called an anchor coral. It has thrived in my tank and my clown fish LOVES it. It was a double head when I got it and has split into a third head. Tank looks great.
Yea they called that hammer coral. I really wanted frogspawn but that's expensive. My hammer is also two heads. How long did it take to split into a third? I really hope my clowns like it cause I don't want an anemone at the moment.
Thanks! Im super happy. I will move the corals around tonight or tomorrow and get some more picks.
Im going to get one of those clear containers they use at the LFS to scoop out your fish and put my big clown in it for a few days. She is being super bossy with the new additions and the Gamma looks fine but the wrasse looks very stressed. It did allow the fish to eat last night, but when the food was away the clown does not like them swimming around. Figured if I can hold her in a container for a few days and let the new guys swim around she will get used to them.