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Old 11-11-2013, 09:00 PM   #1
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My first frags from my Kenya tree!
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They look pretty nice. Great job.
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Can you explain how you fragged it please? Just cut with a scalpel and glue? Process done in water? Thanks
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Can you explain how you fragged it please? Just cut with a scalpel and glue? Process done in water? Thanks
Check out vivid aquarium's YouTube channel. They have some pretty nice videos on how to frag certain corals.

Kenya's are pretty simple, you have it spot on. Kenya's also have a tendency to drop limbs and sometimes get out of control.
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Thank you Oscar
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Actually when Kenya trees reproduce, the literally fall off the tree, just like a branch. I was lucky I got to see it happening. Then I just scooped them up a little glue and a plug and I'm done ;
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Ha. I scoop up loose branches and toss them in the trash. Not worth the glue or plug to try and sell em. Would rather give or sell loose if someone was interested.
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Ha. I scoop up loose branches and toss them in the trash. Not worth the glue or plug to try and sell em. Would rather give or sell loose if someone was interested.
I'd be interested in snagging a few if your anywhere close to me I live in west Chester pa
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Ha. I scoop up loose branches and toss them in the trash. Not worth the glue or plug to try and sell em. Would rather give or sell loose if someone was interested.
I'm not selling them, I give the to my buddies cause as fellow reefers, that's just what we do in sunny Florida.
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