SPS grows better in with phosphates present?

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    NanoReefer, Feb 15, 2012
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    But look how brown those frags are. Browning of SPS corals is a sign of high nutrient levels and I personally prefer pretty colors to fast pace growth
     
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    +1 on that. 3 weeks ago i got 3 frags from my lfs for 5 bucks a green slimer an ora pocillapora and a birdsnest, they were almost all dead. but they look really good now.
     
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    Pretty cool article...
     
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