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  1. "Soft" corals
    So I bought some mushrooms. Great color. Love 'em. They were pretty cheap because they weren't attached to anything. So... now they're home... and they won't attach to anything. How do I get that to happen? I was told super glue. I did that - woke up, and they were blowing all around the tank...
  2. Clams
    well my clam its doing great on top of a rock he hasn't got attach to the rock and my hermit crabs are all over my clam and they keep throwing my clam out of the rock its not that high though its a very tiny small rock but I want my clam to use it like a base, it does open very well and my clam...
  3. General Reef Discussion
    I'd like to attach a feather duster to the side of a rock, how should I go about doing it? Letting it sit there for a few days isn't an option, because, well, it would be off the sand bed so it would have to float in mid water.
  4. General Reef Discussion
    Yesterday I bought a pipe organ coral and got a freebee bubble-tip that was hiding. This morning it was attached to my torch coral's foot and now my torch coral isn't looking as good as usual. I aimed the power-head at the anemone until it detached. I encouraged BT to another spot and it...
  5. General Reef Discussion
    hello everyone, so when I bought my first coral about 6 months ago my lfs sold be a bottle of what he called coral apoxy and I have been using it for a bit now but I went to use it yesterday to attach my new torch coral and it was all dried out. my question is to me the stuff just looked like...
  6. General Reef Discussion
    Hey guys, I'm a newbie to the saltwater aquarium world. I have read or heard of various ways of attaching corals, and frags. From your experiences what is the best way to attach these guys, and how do you know if you can put them in the sand or not? thanks
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