green star polyps

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    bwaller76 Love my tanks!

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    OK so I have a drag of green star polyps that has nicely attached itself to one of my rocks... it has an "arm" that I can't seem to train down onto the rock. what are the possibilities of cutting this piece off and attaching it to a nearby rock? if it is possible how would I do it?
     
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    Cut it off with a razor blade and super glue it to a coral plug.
     
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    +1 dcan...either cut it off with a razor or just rip it with your hand and glue it onto either some rock rubble or a frag plug
     
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    +2 David.
     
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