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Old 07-11-2009, 08:24 AM   #1
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zoanthus frag in sand

hey i glued a zoanthus frag i made a to a rock but it came lose unlike my others and is like four or five polpys in the sand face up were it landed a month ago looks like it gained a polpy there my question is will zoanthus grow in sand and spread or does it have to be on a hard rock?
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It might be OK but if you have any gobies or if sand should be thrown on it then it will irritate it.
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so will it spread in the sand like start a colony there and no i have no gobies only thing that ever stirs up sand is a blue damsel but i want to know will it spread across the sand i think that would look neat i have been looking for a coral that would spread through the sand like a grass kinda
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It probably will but not as much as if it was on rock.
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Just lift it out of the sand and superglue to a rock or reefplug so that you will have more control of where it will grow.
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