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Old 04-20-2011, 02:42 PM   #11
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yeah il wait for someone to chime in
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Old 04-20-2011, 02:46 PM   #12
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I think they should be fine, you could place them in some water and see if they leach anything into it to be sure.
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Glass should be neutral in saltwater. Corals like Xenia do fine adhered to the tanks glass, so don't see why it wouldn't on the raw glass you showed.
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thanks hopefully when this is all goin good il be able to attach some coral to it
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I had sea glass in mine that i gathered from Dominica (very neat black sand beach) it was very smooth, but I ended up taking it out. I had put them in the tank along with other items from the beach. I ended up taking them out, no proof there was a problem, but I had a lot of hair algae that I couldn't pin point the source. No glass in the tank now, and no hair algae either. *shrugs* could be coincedence, but I won't put any in again.
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GSP would attach itself to that as well if you found nothing wrong with it chemically
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gsp? im still not familiar with all the names and accryonims
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Green star polyps, a grassy looking coral, grows everywhere
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