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Old 10-25-2014, 02:39 AM   #1
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Fragging acros

I'm looking to frag my acro colonies but I'm really worried about doing it I have a disinfectant dip for once there fragged. I can only put them back into the DT. As my frag tank isn't built yet


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Old 10-25-2014, 09:52 AM   #2
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It's pretty easy Daryl. I've fragged some of my acros and you literally just break off the part you want with a pair of bone snips or pliers. I'm sure they make a fragging tool for it as well.


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I used a pair of pliers I ended up wit 13 frags these are the ones I fragged Click image for larger version

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Did you mean to end up with 13 frags?


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Yeah haha I fragged 4 colonies was quiet fun it doesn't even look like I fragged them still heaps of branches left only reason I stopped at 13 is because I ran out of plugs


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Yeah haha I fragged 4 colonies was quiet fun it doesn't even look like I fragged them still heaps of branches left only reason I stopped at 13 is because I ran out of plugs


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Haha ok I was just making sure. They look like good frags


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I'm getting my frag tank built at the moment so I can't start growing them out found a place that will sell them to me at a wholesale price so happy might cover the cost of my fish food haha


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