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Old 04-05-2013, 09:34 AM   #11
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I have no clue of the type of worm but it was approx 2" and transparent...here is a pic of the frogspawn this morning
IMO, that one head looks like it's definitely on the way out. To best preserve the other head I would certainly consider fragging it, just incase. It could be an issue with the one head, but if it's not and it spreads you'll lose the whole piece..

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Old 04-05-2013, 09:57 AM   #12
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IMO, that one head looks like it's definitely on the way out. To best preserve the other head I would certainly consider fragging it, just incase. It could be an issue with the one head, but if it's not and it spreads you'll lose the whole piece..

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Thanks Frank, I fragged it shortly after taking this pic....my first fragging 😁...we shall see how the other head does. It's not too happy either right now.
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Thanks Frank, I fragged it shortly after taking this pic....my first fragging 😁...we shall see how the other head does. It's not too happy either right now.
There will be an adjustment period for the one good head, as long as your water conditions are kept up you should notice the good head adapting withing 48-72hrs. Best case scenario, the other head makes a recovery, although I wouldn't get my hopes up from that recent picture.

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Lol! It won't recover because soon as I started cutting it seemed to immediately fall apart.
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