How much flow for a devils hand coral

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    troybuckle

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    I just picked up and devils hand coral and I am about to put it in the tank and I was wondering how much flow does this need, because where I want to put it there is a lot of flow from the return pump?
     
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    Waddi Shenanigans? VIP Member

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    Needs some flow but not to little medium to high. Same with light i believe, somebody will correct me if im wrong! :)
     
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    rdahlke1105 I'm a girl.

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    This is what LiveAquaria says.

    QUICK STATS
    Care Level: Easy
    Temperament: Peaceful
    Lighting: Moderate to High
    Waterflow: Medium to Strong
    Placement: All
    Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025
    Color Form: Green, Red, Tan, Yellow
    Supplements: Strontium, Iodine, Trace Elements
    Origin: Indo-Pacific
    Family: Alcyoniidae
     
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    Low to moderate flow. Their needs are similar to other types of leathers.
     
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    thanks guys got it placed in medium flow, will post pics on my tank showcase page when everything settles down.
     
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