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    Lookin good Scott,see what we can create when we put our heas together,lol.
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    that tank looks really great Scott!!!!!.hey, have you ever seen one of the threads on star polyps?? i am going to try to find it..i got rid of alomost all of mine...i only keep some in my prop tank now! Anthony said that they are probably the most toxic coral in the sea..they started to cause my softies to get infections!!!! just giving you a heads up in case you haven't seen that thread..i will try to locate it!!
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    Whoa Scott Great tank bro. When I gorw Up I wanna be just like you ....LOL But really Fantastic job goes to you for that baby for sure.

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    I found a bit about them and he mentioned to move them by the overflow and use carbon (which I do). Mine are at the top in the middle and by the overflows. That is very interesting I have never heard that before and everything I have ever read mentions nothing about them being toxic. About the worst I've seen them do is overgrow Zoanthids in my tank...... Hmmm

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    here is one that i found...
    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Calfo View Post
    brutal may not even begin to describe the chemically noxiouspotency of GSP. Of the 100+ corals in the aquarium trade, GSP may easily make the top 5 most aggressive list. I can thing of few things that it will not burn, poison or overtake in time. A shame... so pretty too.
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