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Old 06-26-2005, 04:51 PM   #1
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Frags....

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My local fish store sells Frags for a decent price and I was just wondering if these frags spread and grow bigger, or if they stay fairly small?

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also does anyone have a good web site that lists different corals and thier needs?

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They grow but some grow faster than others. Depends on what you are getting.
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Frags are just pieces of bigger corals. Depending on your tank, some might grow fast and some slow. Hard corals grow slower than softies.
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As mentioned, it depends on the coral. Light and water chemistry also have something to do with it. Stonies need higher CA in order to grow.
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