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Old 05-16-2011, 11:32 PM   #11
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As Flake said, they are incredibly easy to grow, to easy, in fact. Make sure you keep those things under control. Once they get established, they will more or less be the equivelent of aiptasia, (IMO) and will need frequent fragging/trimming.
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Ok thanks for the info. Will fish stores buy fragged coral polyps and things like that. I would hate to throw it away if no one wants it.
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sure some do i know mine does most will give you store credit
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Ok that'll be a nice way to offset costs of things and new corals and stuff. Thanks again for the info. How much is average price on things like that.
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I know mine will buy back interesting corals. For stuff like xenia, gsp and galexia, I believe they'll take it but wont be able to give much, if anything for it since everyone does the same thing.
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My LFS sells them 55 for a 2x2 total rip off, so I just got LR that had ALOT on it that they missed, they try and resell the LR with corals on it as a coral colony, and they sell it for 100+ or less depending on what's on it and how much.
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