GSP problem ?

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  1. Lycan

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    Hi Guys

    I have a Green star polyp colony that doesnt seem to be all that healthy.
    I bought it from LFS and it wasbasicaly a purple mat with some polyps.
    That was about a month ago.. it still looks like it should have more polyps.
    I see other guys pics and it looks like a beautiful waving bed of grass ) closest i can compare :))
    Is my colony just still young or should I be concerned ?
     
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  3. Lycan

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  4. jaybeepee

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    yeah, there should be more polyps and they should be a little more protruded. but dont worry - they are prob just sulking from the move. Give them some nice light and a moderate flow and some time - they will come right. These things are like weeds so dont stress!!!!
     
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    Awsome... Thanks Jaybeepee
     
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    C if you can get this Gsp`s.They are cool.
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    This GSP was not happy when i got it.In time it got to this...
     
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    Mine was the same for a couple for a couple of weeks and then it sprung to life. I did move it to a better light position though.
     
  9. Lycan

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    Wow scooby... that is an awsome specimen... I spose patience is the name of the game
    I also moved mine to a better position on the weekend. let see what hapens :)
     
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    put it in a good light position and give it a light brushing with a very soft brush .

    I ve had it where they wouldn't open and it was a bit of algae.

    After brushing them they take a couple days to open but then they go mad and open huge.
     
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    Thanks Salty
    I was wondering if i coud do this with no ill effects.
     
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