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Coral help

Discussion in 'Marine Reef Keeping' started by jared185, Feb 19, 2012.

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    I was wondering I am new to corals so what's good for beginners I have a marineland reef capable led also how do I pit them in do I need to cement them to the rock or if I place them on bottom will they move to the place they like like an anemone

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    Beginer stuff that looks good and low maint, and very hardy. THese guys survived a tank meltdown by last owner last year, and are now growing well.

    Branching frogspawn
    Kenya trees
    stary polyps
    mushroom
    toadstool
    Favites

    Don't wanna post pictures because I'm having a bit of an algae problem =p
     
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    How big is the tank? Depending on the tank those lights may not grow much more then mushrooms.


    Corals generally don't walk. The closest you get to anemone type movement is musrooms (which sort of makes sense) which can make small moves or detach.

    Putting them in depends on the corals. Some you glue down, others you convince to like a rock and glue/epoxy that down.
     
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    The tank is a 55 gallon

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    I've had all of those above in a 55gallon. You'll lose space quick with the kenya's though.
     

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