hardy acros

twon8

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tort's, mille's,

any "hairy" species ime

your best bet are frags from other reefers' tanks.
 

Amphiprion

Premium Member
agreed. Many of the staghorn type Acropora species are typically hardy, the 'hairier' versions, like twon8 said, as are many Pocilloporids.
 

robitreef

New member
From my experience:

A. sarmentosa..
A. nana
A. valida..
Stylo's..


Clownreef,

Are you saying that these acros are hardier then stylophoras?
 

robitreef

New member
I had to do a double-take on that stylo one. I started my tank a few months ago and have kept montipora, seratiapora, pocillopora, and stylophora with no problems. I have one blue tip staghorn that has receeded from the base and under some branches(noticed after I treated for cyano). I don't see red bugs or anything. I just have to see how it will fair. So far it hasn't receeded anymore, and the polyps are emerging further.
 

Snausages01

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<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=8130385#post8130385 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by REEF-DADDY
really any of the ORA stuff

:thumbsup:

Really, if you keep up with things all corals are just as easy to keep as any other.
 
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