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Old 09-11-2011, 01:14 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by azure bones View Post
Keep it. It's super easy to grow looks amazing and easy extremely easy to frag and a lot of ppl like it seems like a win win to me and I've had great success with it in my 5gall nano reef
+1. all you have to do is rip it off a rock and you have a frag

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Ok thanku(: I'm just a little nurvous that it will get out of control and I want to have many corals in there .. I bought it because I wanted to start with a hardy coral its not my fav. But I do like them a little..

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it will be fine like i said if it get outta had just rip some off the rock and glue on a small rock or frag plug and sell it or trade for another frag
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Originally Posted by davidmaguirre View Post
I see.. so in ur opinion would it be a good idea to put it in the middle of the tank or should I move it before it becomes more than a frag?
you have to keep it from the rock its on to touching the adjacent rock.beauty is in the eye of the beholder and while a nice coral just how much do you want of one colony.i have some in a 20 gal with a couple of clowns and it is growing on the back wall of the glass along with the rock it came on and spreading like crazy.if it got away on you and spread to the rock closest you could frag it.the short answer i guess is no matter where you put it it will spread.

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