Is it really necessary to feed LPS corals if they have adequate light exposure? I used to try to feed some of my scolymia, etc, however now I have a golden dwarf moray in addition to my 12" vlamingi tang(would make a nice dinner for 2) and other voracious eaters. If I even lower my tongs into the tank (even without food on them), the eel instantly bolts out and attacks them and whatever is being held by them. No large pieces of shrimp, etc even have a chance of getting close to their intended coral. If I am lucky to divert the eel's attention, he finds any pieces of meat, even half ingested by the corals, and goes to town digging for them. I am hesitant about even trying to feed the corals for fear of the eel and the vlamingi damaging them while extracting the food. The corals all seem to do fine without being fed anyway.