LPS (or SPS) suggestions?

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I have a young tank, ~3 months. My nutrients haven't leveled off, but nothing crazy has been going on. The tank is a Red Sea Max nano with stock lights. I have a RFG and Nero 3 pushing water around.

I have a Kryptonite candy cane, hammer, Duncan, and some zoanthids. Green is the predominant color. I would like some more color. I have my eye on a pink octospawn, but it's pricey. I am also constrained by space, so other than the Euphyllia, I am hoping for peaceful coral.

Anyone have any suggestions?
 
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I have a young tank, ~3 months. My nutrients haven't leveled off, but nothing crazy has been going on. The tank is a Red Sea Max nano with stock lights. I have a RFG and Nero 3 pushing water around.

I have a Kryptonite candy cane, hammer, Duncan, and some zoanthids. Green is the predominant color. I would like some more color. I have my eye on a pink octospawn, but it's pricey. I am also constrained by space, so other than the Euphyllia, I am hoping for peaceful coral.

Anyone have any suggestions?
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One of my favorite easy corals that I like to have gardens for are acan, come in a lot of different colors and can be placed in most areas of the tank.

I would probably stay away from sps for the time being and stick with lps until your tank becomes more stable.
 

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