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Old 08-11-2012, 12:13 AM   #531
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I guess that would depend on what size you got the Koran . If you got a tiny one he won't have what I guess you would consider the natural tendency to pick at them . Overall the risk is still there. Usually larger angels won't nip at certain coral because of certain toxins or something like that. I wouldn't be the one to tell you what kind if corals have this tho lol.
We got him this size from a customer who could no longer care for him so we don't his history except he had hole in the head disease when we got him
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This one is about .5"... Not big at all...
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My whole point is that large angel can destroy a coral a lot faster than a dwarf which is why IMO the risk is greater. Not saying they are definitely going to eat them.
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My whole point is that large angel can destroy a coral a lot faster than a dwarf which is why IMO the risk is greater. Not saying they are definitely going to eat them.
Makes sense. I guess it's a risk no matter which u chose.
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Makes sense. I guess it's a risk no matter which u chose.
Exactly . Just a difference in collateral damage lol.
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Trying to frag this Kenya tree. Any suggestions?
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Exactly . Just a difference in collateral damage lol.
Yeah. But it can be just as hard to catch a dwarf too. I'll slow down on corals and give it a try... If anything, I'll know it's well fed.. Lol..
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Trying to frag this Kenya tree. Any suggestions?
mine would be to send some of it to me? jk

ive got no clue how to frag. if you dont have any pms about it, pm carey or jodi. i say them because i know they have experience
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Fragging soft corals is pretty easy. Just take a razor blade to one of the limbs to cut it off clean. Then gently rubber band it to a rock and it will attach itself to it.
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The one on the right is already on a rock. But I got the idea... Appreciate the help...

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