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Old 07-07-2011, 06:39 PM   #1
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Are my star polyps and GSP too close
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Are either showing any signs of distress or burning? My understanding is that neither of these corals will sting each other, but both being encrusting coral, they will fight for physical space to grow.
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I would give them more space then the picture shows.You really aren't allowing very much grow room before they run into each other.
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It`s usually recommended that you give 5 or six inches of space. I use to have that much room but after 13 yrs I really dont have that much room.
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