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Old 10-30-2007, 12:26 AM   #1
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I have a new cluster of frogspawn in my 5 year old 100 gallon tank. The coral itself is on a stalk if you will and I cant find a place for it. Do I glue it to a rock? Does the stalk grow with the coral? How do these things grow? It is getting fuller but I have the stalk inside of a peice of PVC that is stuck into the sand. If I need to glue it to a rock then let me know this.
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I've never had luck gluing soft slimy coral to rocks. Is it so that maybe a toothpick can go thru thru bottom and then be attached to a rock? Keep in mind a healthy frogspawn could triple in size in a year easily IMO, so no real small rock. Not large either.

Check this post out that'll help with the toothpick/rubberband method.

http://www.fantasyreef.com/showthread.php?t=3220
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Good question as I'd like to know the answer too. I stuck mine in the sand. There are new heads growing out of the stalk in many different places. I was going to stick the stalk between a couple of rocks. I'll wait for others to chime in.
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It'd be my luck it sticks to both rocks.
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Try this thread...

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thanks for the link. It was helpful.
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Old 10-31-2007, 11:12 AM   #7
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I have mine stuck in the sand now. It's been that way for almost a year now and has not been knocked over.
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