Originally Posted by austinsdad
Any chance of returning it and delivering a hard, but kind enuf lesson to the (I presume) loving person that gave it to you?
The local reef club had our March meeting at my house. It was actually a "frag
" left behind by one of the reefers as a gift since my tank is so young. I'm not sure what it was doing in his tank but it has yet to look comfortable in my tank!
Maybe fragging it is the best option. How do you use rubberbands? With tiny Xenia frags
I stuck a toothpick through the stalk and rubber banded that to the rock. This thing isn't going to hold on by a toothpick though! I'd need a good sized 2x4, lol! I'd love to cut it off at the base of the stalk before the U and attach the whole magilla to a new rock so it is growing in a predictable direction. Sound feasible? Or should I frag
off the major branches and end up with 4 of them or so?
I haven't figured out exactly what it is. I just know it has a hint of green flouresce when the actinics come on. Not vibrant green.
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