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Old 11-25-2009, 09:53 PM   #1
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Fragged Corals

Can I remove the plugs my fragged corals are glued too?
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Old 11-25-2009, 10:14 PM   #2
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Yes, It's your corals. Just run a blade between the frag and the plug. Allot of the time they come off anyway.
PS: I leave my frags on the plug because after they outgrow the plug I just cut and move the plug to another spot. Less stress and no waiting period for the frag to rebound from the switch.
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What type of coral? Some I wouldn't hesitate to seperate, some I wouldn't dare...
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thanks...the corals are a frogspawn and some zoos

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The frogspawn should be easy to remove from the plug. The zoas... I wouldn't even try. They look like they'll completely cover it in no time. Great looking corals!
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how much was each frag?
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On the zoa's looks like you got three types. you could remove one polyp each so that you could have them grow seperately. Shouldn't be to hard.
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i paid $20 for each frag...i thought it was pretty cheap, what do you think?

I would like seperate the zoa's but never done any fragging and don't want to kill the corals.

I want to definately remove the frogspawn and glue it to a rock.

I'm also going to buy some frags of the blue hornet zoa's, those things are nice!
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i paid $20 for each frag...i thought it was pretty cheap, what do you think?

I would like seperate the zoa's but never done any fragging and don't want to kill the corals.

I want to definately remove the frogspawn and glue it to a rock.

I'm also going to buy some frags of the blue hornet zoa's, those things are nice!
$20 each was a good price.
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