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Old 06-12-2011, 09:50 PM   #1
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Good coral for my swt

My tank is 21g its a wall mounted tank 65 x 28 x 4, my lighting is 4 x 54watts t5 two are Actinic I want some small corals that wont grow that big, any suggestions??
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Mushrooms tend to like any kind of light ( except super bright ) and do well in almost any size tank, depending on the species. Lots of colors and looks to choose from.

Zoos would also be another good choice, very pretty colors and are pretty hardy.. just may spread.
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Glue polyp frags to the back wall and let them spread. Mushrooms, zoas, gsp, daisys.
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Glue polyp frags to the back wall and let them spread. Mushrooms, zoas, gsp, daisys.
What kind of glue
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you can use any super glue gel, it has to be gel i get loctite from lowes its like 3 bucks works well
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Old 06-12-2011, 11:10 PM   #6
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you can use any super glue gel, it has to be gel i get loctite from lowes its like 3 bucks works well
Can't do it under the water?
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Old 06-12-2011, 11:44 PM   #9
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Any web sites to buy from, with good pricing??
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hmm one thing i'd always wondered is what if you want to remove that coral and glue it in place, i don't know if i;d want to use soemthign as strong as superglue to glue a coral in place just seems to mean
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