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Old 09-05-2009, 12:26 AM   #21
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My zoas grow very fast tripled in about 2 months time, my GSP doesn't seem to do as well in my tanks it could be because of water flow being to strong. My xenia is taking over things.
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I know I need to be patient, but I cant wait to see these guys start growing. Maybe I'll regret it if they start growing too much.
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You can always frag them if they start taking over.
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GSP will grow like weeds if they do well. Zoa's will take a while to get established. When they do start to spread, you may see a new polyp or two every 3 days or so IME.
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