Acceptable Corals in a Sepia Bandensis System

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  1. Almondsaz

    Almondsaz Wonderpus Registered

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    Ok, I have gotten rid of my "stinging corals" and the anemone's were the last to go. My question is do I need to rehome the following or are they ok in the cuttle tank:

    Galaxia
    Torch Coral
    Hammer Coral
    Candycane

    Pretty sure the galaxia has to go, but what about the others?
     
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    Almondsaz Wonderpus Registered

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    Ok, I am really hoping that someone will chime in. Are acans ok in a cuttle system?
     
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    corpusse Vampyroteuthis Registered

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    I once saw a hilae eating a seahorse.

    There is some risk involved but I'd say they're fine. I assume you are talking about Acanthastrea Lordhowensis? They have a really weak sting as almost any other lps will win if they touch.
     
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    Yes, I am talking about an Acan lord. I have one large colony (18 heads) and a small colony 7 heads. Just needed to know if I should get rid of them or can keep them. After you invest so much time and energy into the little cuttles, the acan's you once coveted don't really matter.
     
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    Thales Colossal Squid Staff Member Moderator

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    As long as the cuttles aren't too small, you should be fine.
     

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