So for some time now, I've been keeping suncorals in a small tank behind my reef. I enjoy feeding their little mouths each night, and I have something to look at when I'm in the sump area. I thought I'd take a few pictures this evening as an update.
The tank has no lighting, since these corals don't need it. That keeps algae from taking hold, which is a perk. A tiny pump pushes water from the sump into the tank, a small powerhead creates flow in the tank, and it drains back into the sump.
Yesterday evening, I had another rock given to me with some suncorals to care for, and hopefully in time they will recover. They looked pretty rough (upper left corner of this picture).
And from the front:
Also in this tank, I have a small Dendrophyllia colony. There are 4 major polyps and 4 smaller babies around the base.
And finally, this tank also has a few hitchhiker Orange Ball Anemones. They are in my reef, and some snuck in here.