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    Default How to trim, frag, control zoanthids ?

    I have a big zoa colony, that is about to cover
    Some other corals. How do you frag/ trim them back ? Of course would like to save them, they are rastas.20170318_172702.jpg I would appreciate suggestions.

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    You can just give the rock to me lol

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    Look like Sunny Dee

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    No help yet��

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    I would say try to use razor blades to cut inbetween the polyps and use coral shears to cut pieces of the rock off with the zoas.
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    You are going to have to remove the rock. I'd remount those other corals to a different rock, then use a razor, chizzle and hammer to frag the polyps into pieces.
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    Thanks for the suggestions!

 

 

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