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Old 04-12-2011, 02:31 AM   #1
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frogspawn.

I just bought a frogspawn today and its to light to put on my rock because the current knocks it over or the hermit crabs knock it down.

Does anyone suggest glueing the rock down that it came on?
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Yupp that's what i would do. Just try not to damage the tissue too much in the process.
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Okay cool thanks.
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What if I.left it on the sand bed. That's where its at right now
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how deep is your tank and what is your light setup?
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It's not recommended to place frogspawn in the sand because the sand grains can get into their tissue and irritate the coral.
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I agree that if you have fish that stir up the sand then you`ll take a chance irritating the heads. I have two in my tank and much perfer higher up in the rock.
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I have a bc29 I don't know how deep exactly. And t5 lighting
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