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    CANDY CANE Polyp!!!

    I bought a few frags bout a month ago, they all seem to b doing great by the way! The candy cane polyp came on a small base, seems like its glued on to the base. So my question is should I b removing from base or should I leave it on there? I also bought a recordia mushroom, that one seems to b attached to a small rock piece, everytime I place it in a spot were I'd like it to stay at permanently it seems to move, usually after a day or two it will manage to fall off the rock I keep putting it on. Should I glue it? Any intel will help, thanks...

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    Re: CANDY CANE Polyp!!!

    I would not put glue directly onto the Recordia, i think that is is moving because their is too much flow for it. Try to find a place with low flow and mid lighting. As for the Candy cane polyp i would leave it there if it is doing fine.

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    Re: CANDY CANE Polyp!!!

    I have a pretty low water flow, the power head is the only water flow I really have in the tank. No wave maker or anything else! The last time I moved the recordia I actually placed it in a very low area of the tank and it still moved after a few days, that's y I was wondering if I should glue it, by that I mean the frag piece it's on to another rock

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    Re: CANDY CANE Polyp!!!

    Use the gel super glue to put it on a rock. And I would not move the Candy Cane off its exsisting rock. You can glue that base to something, and it will overgrow that piece.

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    Re: CANDY CANE Polyp!!!

    Thanks reneging madness!!


 

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