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Old 08-19-2011, 02:27 PM   #1
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leather coral

Are these better placedon a rock or in the sand? I have mine in a rock that had a hole just about the right size to slip it into
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My leather is mounted on a small rock and that I placed in the sand. Not sure if thats a good thing but it has doubled in size so something must be ok.
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My leather is mounted on a small rock and that I placed in the sand. Not sure if thats a good thing but it has doubled in size so something must be ok.
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Are you into fragging at all? Seems like a cheap/affordable way to get corals if people meet up and frag their corals and trade.

Any info on that?
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I will be getting into fragging very soon, as most of my zooas are obscenely large colonies now. i figure I'll frag the easy ones at first and put them in my new 20g tank I got today.

Check out craigslist. theres a ton of people near me always selling frags for like $10.
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I will be getting into fragging very soon, as most of my zooas are obscenely large colonies now. i figure I'll frag the easy ones at first and put them in my new 20g tank I got today.

Check out craigslist. theres a ton of people near me always selling frags for like $10.
Do you search for corals or frags? I'm going to search for both right now
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I search a bunch of things on my phone app so it comes up usually under saltwater or reef.
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