Discussion in 'General LPS Discussion' started by Kilo, Nov 17, 2017.
Can I place Acanthastrea hillae and lordhowensis side by side in contact?
Thanks in advance
I don't think that would be an issue. Maybe some of our #LPSexperts can weigh in.
Im sure you can, usually corals of the same or similar genus will not attack each other. I would be careful since this rule will not always apply, keep an eye on them. Lordhowensis corals actually belong to the micromussa genus btw.
I personally have mine very close without ever having a problem.
I believe lordhowensis and hillae can be together but I'd keep an eye out just incase no mesenterial filaments come out to play
I keep all of my Acans right next to each other without any issues.
Separate names with a comma.