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post #21 of 67 Old 10-28-2013, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
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Cutting coral is commonly refered to as fragging. Each type of coral has a slightly different way of making a successful frag. Wich then becomes a clone of the mother or doner coral.
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HAHA! LOVE me some KittydoOdles, but. . . this time, the REAL reverse gorilla is. . . prettier. ^.~

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Cutting coral is commonly referred to as fragging. Each type of coral has a slightly different way of making a successful frag. Wich then becomes a clone of the mother or doner coral.
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Neat stuff! Do you ever let them go until they divide on their own? (assuming that they do)

Thank you for humoring me with answers for my obnoxiously clueless questions. I wasn't kidding when I said I know NOTHING about corals - only now, thanks to Gilly - I know THREE things! ^_^

How many different kinds do you keep? O.o
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post #27 of 67 Old 10-29-2013, 10:19 AM
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The radioactive Dragons eye for sure and probably the Tubbs Blue.

USPS will take forever to get to Canada, even the priority. Fed ex or UPS on shipping something like that is the only way to go.

USPS would work although they would need to be packaged well and have a heat pack, the temperatures are getting cold now in Canada at night. I would be willing to buy some from you though.

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I have heat packs and thicker styrofoam and I would love to try. I was thinking about sending you a few frags and some macro algae for free,I might be interested in some assistance in the shipping though.Depends on what this all comes out too.You sure you don't want any mohawks? I am fragging those any how.
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Oh and chesh I do let them spread on their own but only for so long as they can come in contact with near by corals and start fighting. As far as zoanthid types I have easily over 50 types,maybe 60, but not all of them have snazy names and some appear to be similar to the untrained eye.All colors and plenty of patterns appear on the zoanthid coral,and it never ends.
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Oh and chesh I do let them spread on their own but only for so long as they can come in contact with near by corals and start fighting. As far as zoanthid types I have easily over 50 types,maybe 60, but not all of them have snazy names and some appear to be similar to the untrained eye.All colors and plenty of patterns appear on the zoanthid coral,and it never ends.
I tried to resist asking another silly question, but can't! How exactly do corals go about fighting?! (maybe need Kitty to illustrate this one, lol)

That's a lot of Zoanthids! And Zoanthid types are not the only types you keep. . . O.O I would love to see pics of your setups! Trying not to beg... :D
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