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Old 02-28-2013, 07:31 PM   #1
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Meter shower frag

Ok just to update everyone my tank has been up and running for about 5 months and everything is going great. I have a fair amount of coral that is growing great. I have a fox face and leopard wrasse in the tank right now. I just have some questions about this meter shower frag I have. I bought it about a month and half ago and its down near the bottom of my tank (55 gallon) on a rock with shad. It has grown slightly and attached itself to the rock but never good polyp extension (barely open). Does anyone have an ideas.

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Most of the variations don't really have much polyp extension. Take a pic.
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