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The new polyp i got was attached to sand i have it in the bottom corner of my tank but i want to attach it to a rock ...how do i do this ...oh i want to move it because he won't open and i do'nt think it's getting enough flow.
 

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i don't know i think it is a tree polyp its brown and when it's open its umm i don't know what they are called but they are brown to
 

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dry the rock and polyp off and use gel super glue or sandwich it between two rubble rocks.
 

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does it matter what king of super glue or does have to be a reef superglue because i don't have any of the reef kind and my lfs is closed they open at 10:30
 

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any superglue gel will work but wedging between rocks works better for soft corals they tend to slime off the glue
 

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can you post a pic?
 

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'reef' glue is simply slow-curing super glue gel. You can get that at any walmart or hobby store ;)

What they mean by sandwiching the item between rocks is simply tucking it gently in between to rocks so it doesnt float away.
A pic would be handy here. But, it sounds like it's a mushroom. I would simply glue the dand to a piece of rock and call it a day.
 

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i am trying to post a pic but its hard i am going to have to opena photobucket account

it's sorta hard to follow your posts :( There are no periods :(


anyhoo....what troubles are you having with posting pics? Kelli used to have a great tutorial on here somewhere :D
 
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