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Old 10-04-2012, 08:57 PM   #1
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Fraging help please

Can you frag plant coral
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You mean macroalgae? You just cut (or rip if it's chaeto) off a piece and it should be fine. Not really any special equipment needed for that.
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You mean macroalgae? You just cut (or rip if it's chaeto) off a piece and it should be fine. Not really any special equipment needed for that.
No not plants... long tentacle plate coral
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Old 10-04-2012, 09:07 PM   #4
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Plates can be fragged. You have to make a clean cut through the mouth but plates are on the more difficult side of corals for fragging.
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Plates can be fragged. You have to make a clean cut through the mouth but plates are on the more difficult side of corals for fragging.
What about rusty gargonen
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What about rusty gargonen
Not quite sure but i think they have a high failure rate for fragging : /
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