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Old 01-22-2006, 09:54 PM   #11
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You can't kill the stuff. Not to worry it will rebound in time. It's a little shocked from the cut but by tomorrow it will be just fine.


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I agree with Phyl. This is one of the easiest things to frag

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Yes do not worry they will be fine. Keep looking where you cut as you will notice very small polyps starting to grow. Good luck and congrats on the first fragging.
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Originally Posted by GinaD
Here's another view of what you think is aptasia. Still think it is? I hope not - I've been feeding it mysis shrimp. Actually, it came from the store that had rocks covered with all varieties of these to sell. This one was all by itself on the glass and I asked if I could have it.
It's the pest anemone majano. If you like it keep it but watch out because it can split fast and sting nearby corals.
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