Some feedback on a nutty experiment...

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gREEF Stricken

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Okay, so I have this idea given to me by my wife about gluing some Zoa polyps to individual branches of a piece of dead birds nest SPS. Her thoughts were thus: cool looking way to utilize the dead BN skelly, and also and easy way to frag zoas by using my fragging shears to cut pieces of skeleton away as it colonizes... Any issues with this? Anyone done this? Or seen this?

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Aquanaut

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zoa spread on a matt. You will get pollup bail out and they will grow where you cant control them. Otherwise, the narrow growing frame will break down quickly as it becomes brittle. Use denser SPS BONES to try with.
 
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