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    Epoxy and coraline growth

    Recently, I added some beginner corals to my tank and decided to epoxy them to their rocks. In some cases I used a bit too much epoxy and it is now a little unsightly. Will coraline aglae eventually cover the epoxy? I have a lot of coraline growth in my tank and my calcium and alk levels are good - calcium 450 and alk - 10.5 dkh. Just curious if anything will grow on the epoxy. Thanks!

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    it sure will, if your coraline growes Mad like mine give it a week
    It's not a hobby,it's an obsession.

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    Depending on the type of frags they are, eventualy the coral itself will also encrust the epox and start to spread!
    PLEASE SEND ALL ACROPORA FRAGS TO THE REEFSURFER

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    thanks folks - the sooner the better!

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