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Coraline and liverock vs. temperature!

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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Default Coraline and liverock vs. temperature!

    What temperature range can/will coraline survive at? How about live rock, and remaine alive?

    Been wondering this for a very long time......

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    SaltyDog - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Corallines live in varying depths of water, ranging from periodically-exposed intertidal settings to 270 m water depth (around the maximum penetration of light).Corallines, especially encrusting forms, are slow growers, and expand by 0.1 to 80 mm annually.
    Got ink????Go big or go home......

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