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  1. Coral Propagation and Aquaculture
    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 do...
  2. Coral Propagation and Aquaculture
    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!
  3. Selling Forums
    Now that I am out of the hobby and trying to get down to one bookshelf ... the reef keeping books have to go. $50 takes them all ... even the coveted Anthoy Calfo Book of Coral Propagation.
  4. Selling Forums
    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...
  5. Selling Forums
    Hello, 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...
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