Discussion in 'Frags' started by Corailline, Jan 29, 2011.
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Great work! If you're getting PE that quickly the frags should have no problem taking off.
Pocillopora is one gooey coral when you frag it, turns into a slippery mess.
Looks like you did a great job!
I am looking for my next fragging victim. Toss up between a Tort, Duncan or Stylopora. I need more egg crate and super glue gel first though.
Good job Corailline!
How long did the entire process take?
Took a lot longer than normal because I had the wrong glue. The super glue not gel is a lot runnier. Probably 30-40 minutes total. Not including the time it took me to catch the female clown to remove her so I could work in peace without the fear of attack.
They do harden a lot faster once underwater, so that is a new trick I learned. A lot of slimming though by both corals, but they look really good now so they did well after fragging.
nice work, those frags are lookin pretty sweet!.
so uh when's the frag tank build....
Oh your funny lol.
I guess when my tiny 28 gal is filled to the brim with frags. No really I am thinking of getting a rimless shallow/ MH lighting pendent probably around the 40-60 gallons. It's that darn boy friend dealy and chiller that is holding me back..........
there is an easy solution to the last bit of your problem
im planning for a frag tank as well. bought a 33g and a 20g,now i just need to figure out how to build this thing. of course i have zero woodworking experience and absolutely clueless with plumbing. This will be fun......not!
Nice work Cheryl, congrats
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