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Old 06-24-2005, 11:50 AM   #1
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Great idea for star polyps

I can't take credit for this, I saw it in the display tank at my LFS. A maxijet covered in green star polyps. After seeing that, I moved a piece of GSP onto a maxijet. Just thought I'd share since I've never heard of (or thought of) doing that before.
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got suck it the PH ever needs cleaning or maintainance
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Old 06-24-2005, 01:47 PM   #3
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got suck it the PH ever needs cleaning or maintainance
When it breaks it'll be the next piece of "Live rock".. keke.
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But while the PH is still working, you've got the best looking PH around. Schoeplein has the right idea for when the PH dies. PH frags for everyone!
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Just wash it in a bucket of SW I've seen a variety of things mounted to PH's. Purple mushrooms were one of my favorites, I also like small pieces of LR and shells glued to them. When they are placed in the rock work and corraline covers the shells and rock pieces you can barely notice them.
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