South of the equator prostate plant life doing well.

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  1. pkc

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    One of my favourite marine plants the capensis and is powering to add colour to the hobby in a completely harmless way.

    These are very common around high nutrient semi wave affected shoreline spots.
    Easy as to get powering as well.

    Any one wanting to get some that don’t have any as yet on their live rock, go for it, it does really well.

    This section has one of my 5 anemone crabs living on it,the silly thing lost a claw while defending that spot.

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    Some more of it of the ten spots it is shooting up at.

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    Cool.

    Not sure I've ever seen one offered in SA.
     
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    We collect our own but it comes on live rock at times and it is found along the east coast over your way.
     
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