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  1. General Reef Discussion
    I picked up 6 frags last night from a gentlemen who had them attached to some pretty large plugs and broken rock. Would it be harmful for me to break these young frags off of their bases so I can just add them straight to my live rock? They just look very awkward in my tank right now, and very...
  2. Marine Depot
    Joe thinks CaribSea Rubble Zone rocks are way better than frag plugs plus cost about 21¢ per piece. Visit our blog to see photos and read his full review... CaribSea Rubble Zone: A better frag disc-and so much more! MORE MARINE DEPOT NEWS CaribSea Rubble Zone: A better frag...
  3. General Reef Discussion
    I have a zoa frag plug with about 30 polyps on it. It's just sitting on my rock. I hate the way it looks. Do most of you frag and glue or do you leave it on plugs and wait till it propagates? I've never fragged and glued anything before.
  4. General Reef Discussion
    Anyone know what the frag plugs are made of? Whatever it is, my tux urchin seems to love it. I just bought him over the weekend and each morning since, I've had to resposition some of my coral frags. He's managed to flip them over and eaten sizeable chunks out of the frag plug - well they are...
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