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Old 04-29-2011, 12:13 PM   #41
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Be careful with the green stars, i love them but they grow very quickly and will cover other corals. Just keep it isolated on a rock separate from the others or something. If not i think they are easy to pull off the rock and trim, not 100% sure on that though.
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Old 04-29-2011, 12:38 PM   #42
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Be careful with the green stars, i love them but they grow very quickly and will cover other corals. Just keep it isolated on a rock separate from the others or something. If not i think they are easy to pull off the rock and trim, not 100% sure on that though.
Ok thanks do they need a lot of light or can they go lower down the rocks 
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The green star polyp is a very hardy coral, the lighting can be from low to high and it will still do well, it will be fine lower down or even on a rock in the sand bed.
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The green star polyp is a very hardy coral, the lighting can be from low to high and it will still do well, it will be fine lower down or even on a rock in the sand bed.
Great thanks for the help
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Looking good! Looks like you have a lot of nice coralline algae : )
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You're rock work looks soo much better than mine. I like it! I also like your tang too. I am so jealous! lol
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Looking good! Looks like you have a lot of nice coralline algae : )
Thankyou the coralline has been spreading nicely over past few weeks but I have stepped up my water changes a bit 
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nice looking tank love the rockwork
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