Dwayne 99.99% of the time you can use the flesh rule for both feeding and light. The more flesh a coral has the more supplimental feeding it needs, also the more adapted that coral is at capture and feeding.
example: mushroom coral = all tissue = food capture = food required =less light dependance on photosynthisis
SPS=very thin veneer of tissue = lousey at food capture= very little food required = more depandant on photosysthesis.
With my bubble coral that I had for a year until It outgrew my tank I had it on the bottom of a 55g under 2x250w Metal halides... It grew and thrived for a long time.. I rarely supplemented... It was a sad day when It took up nearly 2' of my tank on the bottom and forced me to get rid of it.. I loved that thing..
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