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So i want to add a new coral to my 36g tank, but I'm torn between getting a black/green torch, a sun coral tubastrea, another micromussa acanthophylia ( micromussa lordhawwis ), or a pink finger coral.

Whats the benefits and/or disadvantages of getting any of these corals as well as wanting to get some polychaetes for my 125g and unsure if thats good for a butterfly/angel tank?

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Sun coral need spot feeding, they are non photosynthetic coral so require each head to be directly fed a few times a week.

 

Most often need to be trained to open when not in darker areas of the tank.

 

The other corals i don't know of any cons.

 

As for your angels and butterfly fish, they are "with caution" as angels may nip at corals and butterfly fish go after feather dusters and anemones

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1 hour ago, Clown79 said:

Sun coral need spot feeding, they are non photosynthetic coral so require each head to be directly fed a few times a week.

 

Most often need to be trained to open when not in darker areas of the tank.

 

The other corals i don't know of any cons.

 

As for your angels and butterfly fish, they are "with caution" as angels may nip at corals and butterfly fish go after feather dusters and anemones

The polychaetes would be in with the butterflyd and angels, every other coral would be in my 36g

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