Thanks for explaining. Yes you are right.
In my experience however Indeed at higher nutrient rate I see a faster growth, not that I'm directing feeding them or what.
But hearing from the author point of view, "This is completely wrong as LPS enjoy the same water quality as SPS, and low nutrients levels too.", I've to agree too.
Hope there's more sharing of people to solve or explain that myth.
Hi bro, think u misunderstood the article, think its trying to say LPS enjoy low nutrient waters which sps also thrive in, its just that they need to be fed often as they evolved mouths and sweeper tentacles which likely means a high percentage of their nutrition comes from capturing and devouring food from the water column, not just photosynthesis. And because of their lower metabolism, they able to withstand higher nitrates and phosphates better, not that they enjoyed it. Remember i read somewhere aussie gold torch comes from turbid waters which means alot food for them to munch on and tur