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Old 02-07-2011, 07:06 PM   #11
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lol, one. It's never one. It's cheap stuff, not expensive at all, and under the right water and lighting conditions it grows like the weeds in your backyard. I love it personally, but when i add it to my next tank i am going to isolate it to a rock of its own. Otherwise it spreads everywhere, pretty much uncontrollably. Unless you frag it back.
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Is it hard to frag it if it grows all over?
Thanks for the info guys!
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Old 02-08-2011, 09:25 AM   #13
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I can't get it off my rocks. Don't buy it, you can get it anywhere. Its very pretty but will soon take over.
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I got one! It's a small piece!! I put it against the glass back corner will it stick on to the glass it's self? It hasn't opened yet been closed since I got it
Does it need direct flow?
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not direct, but when it comes out you should be able to see the polyps flowing in current
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You say you put it in the bottom corner? Is it getting any light? And like Corey said, you definitely don't want to blast it with a direct stream of water form your powerheads. A nice turbulent sporadic flow should be fine.
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