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jayball
09/18/2017, 01:39 PM
As the title states, how hardy are they when cutting? Can they be chunked like a toadstool leather coral or should I stick to snipping individual branches? can I take the whole colony off of the top of a 1.5 inch thick branch and have the base survive?

Thanks in advance for any contribution.

Lostinthedark
09/18/2017, 05:14 PM
Mine are almost impossible to kill. I have ripped them off rocks to give away and have had them grow back from the remains. Cutting them apart doesn't even slow them down.

marfuerte
09/24/2017, 09:09 AM
Just like a toadstool - leathers ime are impossible to kill. I typically cut the stalk/branch off close to the rock and the stump/base grows a whole new colony if left unchecked (pruned)

aznflyfisherman
09/26/2017, 04:40 PM
Do these corals griw fast?

jayball
09/26/2017, 08:19 PM
Do these corals griw fast?Yes, so far the nepitha has outgrown both a teal finger leather and two toadstools given even time. To be fair it is getting blasted with both flow and light so it has some advantage over the other leathers.

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aznflyfisherman
09/27/2017, 08:46 PM
Thanks, i have the nepthea n sinulara hopefully they will take off..