Euphyllia garden placement help

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I’m trying to figure out the best placement for the last euphyllia that will be going into my garden. It’s a 2 headed splatter hammer I picked up at RAP Orlando. Any and all thought are welcomed and appreciated!

I have two options I’m thinking of. #1 will give a much fuller garden but #2 would give me more room to let the corals grow.

1) Between the pink hammer and the frogspawn toward the front of the rock almost as if it was hanging off a cliff and directly above the green/red Acan

2) To the left of the pink hammer closer to the purple epoxy spot above the sunset monti

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I place mine at lower third but off the bottom of tank under moderate light and water flow

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I’m trying to figure out the best placement for the last euphyllia that will be going into my garden. It’s a 2 headed splatter hammer I picked up at RAP Orlando. Any and all thought are welcomed and appreciated!

I have two options I’m thinking of. #1 will give a much fuller garden but #2 would give me more room to let the corals grow.

1) Between the pink hammer and the frogspawn toward the front of the rock almost as if it was hanging off a cliff and directly above the green/red Acan

2) To the left of the pink hammer closer to the purple epoxy spot above the sunset monti

10A69DD5-CF78-46E8-BF36-3834F48EEC66.jpeg
ECC3C802-DB16-4DF5-A0F2-28FF49180BB5.jpeg
Hanging off the cliff. But - maybe think about the fact that y our corals now are extremely small. If they do well and grow - one of them could basically cover the whole area.
 

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