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Old 03-24-2009, 02:58 PM   #1
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Frag placement advice

Just picked up 3 more frags from a LFS(not really local 30miles away).

They are currently drip acclimating and I figured I would ask for some expert advice on placing these new guys in my tank. I'm looking to know light and flow for each. Plus maybe another question or 2

1 - Xenia (3-4stems- attached to a small piece of LR rubble)

2 - Red Acan - This is just a square.. I can't see how I could mount this anywhere..

3 - Duncan - This one looked really nice in the shop. It has two heads and a 3rd budding. How do you mount these.. There is no LR or anything just it's stem. Do I just jab it into a hole in the LR?

As always.. thanks for your help!!!
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