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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Default Lighting/Placement?

    I know it may be hard to tell but....are these guys to high up? There's a 250 Koralia directly across from them. Not enough or to much flow?

    Thing is one can withstand more flow then the other. But they both need medium to high light. Hopefully you can also see where I have my power heads at.

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    Heidi - Reefkeeper
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    I don't think they are up too high. Cute little frag racks and as for flow I really think that sps can handle quite a bit of flow. I like to see my polyps "blowing" in the flow. Get those phosphates and nitrates down and those frags should color up and grow Good Luck Miz!!

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