So I've been getting a few corals here and there and just the other day I finally bought a spiny cup coral.( tank is a lil over 1 1/2 now so I feel its stable enough for a spiny. Have a normal cup and its doing fine) I really that it needs to be from mid to high flow and mid to high placement for lighting. I picked a spot for it this it fit nicely into but the problem is thst a few other corals surround it and its quite a big piece. The corals ths surround it are a green skimmer just to the upper right side of it. A galaxia to the far left (5 or more inches away from each other. A chalice on the fsr right (kinda out sight of each other so a good 8-10 inches) and then the normal cup coral (or at least I think its a cup) about 3 inches away. The chalice is a recovering piece thst I saved so its growing back to health. The galaxia is tennis ball sized and still growing mad. The green slimer is fairly new and growing and the cup is probably a lil over quarter size.. the spiny cup is the largest being baseball sized. Ill post pictures up in a bit to show how far apart theu are from each other and wanted to get opinions. Sorry if I rambled a bit. Just kinda late and getting married in 2 weeks. Only thing keeping my nerves down is my tank.