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To me, hammer, octo, frogspawn. etc... Sustainability is an issue. Nothing beats leather........duncan, supersun, are also sustainable. 

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For supersun you need to feed them. They are not photosynthetic. Hard to keep.


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Leather is very hardy coral. I had one in my tank, after 5 months now still doing well.

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Supersun.... Not normal sun. If u know Yr placement... They are easy... With poo from fishes... They can grow well... Lol

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To me, hammer, octo, frogspawn. etc... Sustainability is an issue. Nothing beats leather........duncan, supersun, are also sustainable. 
I heard supersun is very hard to maintain and is not suitable for beginners

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To me, hammer, octo, frogspawn. etc... Sustainability is an issue. Nothing beats leather........duncan, supersun, are also sustainable. 

Agree on this.. acan do well as well .. I had them in high nutrients upto 40 and they coloured up so well


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Anyone can help me w my questions?

They don’t die fast, I believe u need to get them to feed to make sure they extend out ... I had it initially and didt knew this, but if u do make them to respond to feed I think they will d

Survive well

 

 

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Perhaps you could share about your equipment set up & tank set up for folks to provide better inputs on suitable hardy corals. Or what you have in mind.

 

 

 

 

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They don’t die fast, I believe u need to get them to feed to make sure they extend out ... I had it initially and didt knew this, but if u do make them to respond to feed I think they will dSurvive well
 
 
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Thanks man!

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Perhaps you could share about your equipment set up & tank set up for folks to provide better inputs on suitable hardy corals. Or what you have in mind.
 
 
 
 
I just have a simple set up as my tank is only pico. Filter,cooling fan, skimmer.

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