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One down and eggs too!

Thanks Guys. I added them to my tank right next to a bunch of aiptasia. One went off on his own and disappeared, the other two went for a stand of aiptasia under a rock overhang. One immediately attacked. The other hunkered down into a ravine like str...

Jeff

LPS Corals

The LPS corals are generally larger calcareous corals than SPS coral and usually have a much larger fleshy polyp. Many LPS corals are hardy, easy to keep, and can even be fast growing. They will usually require less intense lighting and a lower water movement than SPS coral. Look for a great cheap live coral? Check out Salty's Frugal Frags! They can also be a good beginner coral!

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Thanks

Drip acclimating them now, all are live and well. About to place an aptasia from my refugium in there. Regards, Greg

Greg

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