Well, I got a dying bubble coral for free from my lfs
about three weeks ago. The owner was going to throw it away but I was right there so he offered it to me. The tissue all around the edges has receded at least .5 inches from the edges (that's how it was when I got it). And it hasn't gotten any worse or any better since I've had it.
I've noticed about 4 little baby bubble corals, one on each end of the septa where the tissue has receded from.
My question is, can I break off the septa with the baby coral and then super glue the little baby corals to a larger rock to possibly give each a better chance of surival on their own since the main organism is obviously not healthy. I think I can break them off without affecting the tissue of the main bubble. Would this help them?
They are all very small. o <-- a little smaller then that "o"