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Hi everyone, I bought this ricordea a couple of months ago, and it seems to be very happy. Originally this coral had three mouths, but they were not independent corals. Now they seem to be separated and getting cramped in the little plug. Should I frag them, or should I leave them together? I just want to make sure they are happy. Below are two pictures of the coral.

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Hector

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They look fine and happy now, if conditions are right they will multiply . You could cut and spread them out some. But I would wait myself. But that’s me

I have some cinnamon grandis. They are bunched really tight. Started with two heads and now have about 11 or twelve heads.
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