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Old 02-10-2013, 04:54 PM   #1
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do greenstar polyps move because they are happy

as in move like wind is blowing on them. I had it in one of my lowest flow spots and it moved like crazy, like a wind was going 30 mph over it. I switched the spot to the middle, swapping it with my xenia because my xenia was not looking happy after a month.

Now my xenia is moving good and my gsp is not moving at all, not sure if its because i moved it, or because of the moderate or increase in flow

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They move with the current! Even though it's in a low flow area, they could still sway! It's not a bad thing, they like medium flow!
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move, polyp, polyps, star polyp, star polyps

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