Does the person who answers this post get some of the frags free of charge? Hehe. Just kidding of course.
Anytime you frag, you should do it outside of your tank, so get a bucket of tank water to keep next to you that you can put the coral in and put it back into after you've super glued your frags.
The zoos, I'd just get a razor blade and cut what you can of the fleshy area, then maybe a small chisel to break away some of the rock. Dunno how easy it'd be, depending on what they are attached to already.
With the sps
corals, a bone cutter or some type of poulty shear might be your best bet. Or, even better, using a wet saw if you have one. Something strong that will make a nice clean cut would be preferred. Then just glue one side of it to a piece of rubble or buy some reef plugs and you're all done.
If you search the forums for "fragging" you should come up with a few threads that will show you some of the supplies used and methods. I know I've done a few, and quite a few other members have too.
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