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Combining corals

Discussion in 'LPS (Large Polyp Stoines)' started by chytownprincess, May 3, 2016.

  1. chytownprincess

    chytownprincess Copepod

    So, I have a rock covered in various Euphyllia. They are all close together and play nicely. I was wondering if that is pretty much standard with all coral. For example, a red acan seated next to a purple and green acan? Or is this something unique to Euphyllia

    " I need a habit that my job can support. "~Poor Nurse
     
  2. SynDen

    SynDen Shark Staff Member M.A.S.C Club Member M.A.S.C. B.O.D. M.A.S.C President M.A.S.C Webmaster

    Generally corals that are the same family can live next to each other fine, and color doesnt matter in that regard, but always know your corals. For example, hammers and frogspawn live next to each other fine, but a torch, which is is in the same family, does not play nice and has to be separated.
     
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