I have a beautiful Duncan with 6 mature heads. At the base of every head are 6-10 babies that are growing quickly, many already have central discs about the size of a dime. However, they are all basically in the shadow of their "mother" heads.
I am concerned that these new heads will be choked off because the larger heads are blocking their light. I try to target feed them, but there are so many I know I am missing some.
Is is necessary to frag it to ensure the survival of the offspring?
Freshwater fish-head for more than 20 years now, but salt water newbie.