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Old 10-19-2013, 09:00 PM   #21
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Yes. It spreads fast but doesn't burn other corals.
I think they have frags of that at my lfs
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Old 10-19-2013, 09:09 PM   #22
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I had my rbtas under the coralife T-5 -lunar fixture for about one year and. I rbta split like five times but it has not split anymore. They just don't bubble up.
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Yes. It spreads fast but doesn't burn other corals.
Are there any ill effects to those, sould it work in my lighting?
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Old 10-19-2013, 09:41 PM   #24
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Are there any ill effects to those, sould it work in my lighting?
It will grow with pretty low lighting.
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It will grow with pretty low lighting.
Ok good, again as i said, are there any downsideds to haveing it?
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Ok good, again as i said, are there any downsideds to haveing it?
It spreads fast.
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It spreads fast.
How fast? How big was it when you got it and how big now?
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Couple of square inches grows to a square foot in less than a year. Keep a few small sacrificial rocks for it to grow onto. It's like Xenia.
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Couple of square inches grows to a square foot in less than a year. Keep a few small sacrificial rocks for it to grow onto. It's like Xenia.
Ok and would my ocellaris clowns host it? Or is it just maroons like i think i saw in your pic
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Be careful what you wish for. One set of my clowns ended up hosting my elegance coral and almost killed it. I had to give it away to save it. The clowns can also get injured by hard parts of the coral. In my experience it's just not worth it. It is cool to see it happen but too many negatives for me. lol
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