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Old 03/03/2017, 10:40 PM   #1
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HELP!! Looking to frag rainbow pectinia

Hey guys im thinkig of fragging small piece of my rainbow pectinia for a friend my question is do i have to frag a piece with an eye/mouth . I have also read that you glue or stick in the sand the cut part of the frag down so the wound is covered. I understand that but what about the mother colony. Can I leave the mohter colony wounds exposed.

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Old 04/01/2017, 11:54 PM   #2
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i have the same exact question and if im fraggin a colony of over 50 heads how will i ever be able to glue down every single side that has exposed tissue??? or should i just cut around the edges that have clean cut one head frags??

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