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Kenya Tree Coral Care

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Kenya Tree Coral Care Guide The Kenya Tree coral, Capnella sp., is a hardy soft coral species that is tolerant of a range of living conditions, which makes it great for beginner aquarists. In terms of color, this rapidly growing soft corals species is somewhat drab and is generally available …

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How to Frag Corals

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Hi, just a quick note here to let you know that How to Frag Corals: A Simple Guide to Coral Propagation and Coral Fragging for the Marine Reef Aquarium Hobbyist is available now, for Pre-Order, at ~50% off the list price. The book is available for Pre-Orders now. Reserve your copy …

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Success Fragging Corals

Albert B Ulrich III aquaculture, Coral, Fragging, How to, how to frag corals, propagation, Reef Aquarium, Reef Tank 4 Comments

 In article # 1, we talked about our shared dreams to have a thriving reef aquarium, filled with corals and set the stage that fragging corals is a great way to increase the number of rapidly growing coral colonies in your tank and also creates an opportunity for you to …

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Tools and Techniques for Fragging Corals

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In the previous post, Introduction to Coral Fragging,  we talked about the dream that most of us share, to have a thriving reef aquarium, filled with Small Polyp Stony (SPS), Large Polyp Stony (LPS) and Soft Coral species all growing like gangbusters. But you can’t just buy that stuffed tank, …

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Introduction to Fragging Corals

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When I ask friends to describe their ideal coral aquarium, there are two major themes that come up. Many people want to have a large tank filled with Acropora (Acros), Montipora Plate corals and other  Small Polyp Stony (SPS) Corals. Others hope for a mixed reef tank, buzzing with color …

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