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Old 03-06-2006, 11:04 AM   #11
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You could try that but chances are, the pressure from the rock will just cause it to separate in that area. If you have some rubble, you could try tying it to a piece with needle and some cotton thread or fishline, keep it somewhat loose so the line doesn't cut the coral in half. You can also spear it with a toothpick into the rock or use a rubberband to hold it in place. Lots of options with soft corals.
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Garf has some decent photos of coral propogation on thier site. Check out the sinularia, colt and capnella areas. They show how to glue, rubberband and toothpick your frags. Maybe that will help.

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Thanks.

Can someone reply and let me know what a Kenya Tree does to reproduce? Does it just start another stem at the base of the ones that are already there?

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