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By Adrien
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I went with freaky star instead of spending lots on a biohazard because it is more stable. It’s hard to get pictures of the traps since they are small atm
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Adrien wrote:I went with freaky star instead of spending lots on a biohazard because it is more stable.
Smart man! I love Biohazard when it's right out of TC, but it turns very typical after just a year or two of growing in normal conditions. Freaky Star is 100% rock-solid stable. So is Firemouth, which I also grew and is from the same grower -- Araflora, I believe. However, Freak Star and Firemouth look 100% identical to me, so I dropped Firemouth from my collection.
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