I am wondering......
Here in MI, and even the surrounding states, who is still propagating their own corals? Trimming their overgrowth and sticking it in a frag tank for future sale? Even those collectors who collect the good stuff and when things overgrow have to prune your colonies?
I'm looking to frag some of my corals and I remember someone mentioned using a type of super glue. Can anybody tell me what glue they have used? A pic of the product would be most helpful too. Thanks in advance!
I have a bunch of books that I have read and no longer using.
1. Invertabates by Julian Sprung $15
2. Reef Invertabrates by Califo and Fenner $15
3. Natural Reef Aquariums by Tullock $20
4. Aquarium Coral Selection, Husbandry and Natural History by Borneman $25
5. The Reef Aquarium...
I have 4 fiberglass tubs, perfect for Coral Propagation.
2 <BLUE> fiberglass troughs - $250.00 each,
120 gal, 96" L x 24" W x 12" H
2 thick <OFF WHITE> rectangular fiberglass tubs - $400.00 each
approx. 120 gal 78" L x 30" W x 15" H
All are Drilled and bulkhead ready for water flows...