Coral combo - should a split them up now?

Discussion in 'Coral Care and Requirements' started by Travis1, 26 Feb 2016.

  1. Travis1

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    hi Guys, I bought the below peice of rock today with all corals attached ( combo deal)

    My question is, should I split them up or should I leave them on the rock for now?

    Looks like a gonipora, "donut" open brain and a sun coral. Any recommendations?

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    Id split, those corals need different requiremnts (light/food/flow/substrate)
     
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    Thanks @459b what would you recommend?

    I understand that the Gonipora needs high light and mediumish flow?
     
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    In almost no time they will start stinging each other and trying to eat each others faces off. you need to give them more space than that just incase they get a bit rowdy.

    They can all acclimate to similar if not the same tank conditions apart from the branching Sun which doesnt care about light.

    I would make sure they all get good flow and they should be fine under moderate to high light after aclimation
     
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