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Old 05-09-2013, 09:56 PM   #1
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Kenya tree

I have this Kenya tree that is attached to a rock with button polyps covering it. It seems as the button polyps are growing and covering the rock more and more, the Kenya tree is less happy. Is it possible that the polyps are irritating the Kenya tree? Here is a pic so you can see what I am talking about.
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Whether they are agressive coral or not each coral needs their own room to grow. I would remove the kenyas to give more room to grow. Kenyas ate hardy and will thrive in most areas. That are not particular to lighting needs. I have my kenyas in the bottom substrate and some at the very top of my aquascape. Both get about 5 inches long.
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