How to aquascape a LPS dominant tank

Caleb Kruse

New member
I have a 90g LPS dominant aquarium, and am wondering how to aquascape it. I'm having a couple of problems. First how do I get the coral in places where the don't sting each other. Also I have an Acan Lord that is about the size of a baseball, but all but a 1" by 1" square have polyps on it. When I place it somewhere the bottom polyps don't get as much light and they aren't as healthy. Lastly could you post pics of your LPS dominated tanks.
Thanks,
Caleb
 

jasper24

New member
I just started a thread in this forum with pics of my lps / softie tank if you want to take a look at how I did mine.
 

lfduty

Premium Member
You just need to play with your tank untill you like it and then don't tuch it eney more
 

Faviaphile

New member
I did a horse shoe shape in my 75gal- it makes it easy to have a lower current "lagoon area" which is good for my brain collection, scolys, cynarinas.......
 

coralite

registered member
The horseshoe idea is good to incorporate once or twice in the overall aquascape. For LPS i just try to scape low and flat because many LPS are most attractive when viewed from above.
 

kraftyforu

New member
heres an old scaping of my 75g lps dominated tank

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