Last Day to Pre-order How to Frag Corals

This is the last day you can pre-order: How to Frag Corals: A Simple Guide to Coral Propagation and Coral Fragging for the Marine Reef Aquarium Hobbyist at 50% off the list price. Pre-order today to lock in the discount before the price goes up. Releases on January 20th The book officially releases tomorrow, on January 20th. Pre-ordering is easy to do. …

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On sale for a limited time only

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 at 50% off the list price between now and January 19th. …

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Success Fragging Corals

 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 trade the corals you are growing with your friends and …

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Introduction to Fragging Corals

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 and energy as fish and invertebrates fill every level with …

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Secrets of Coral Fragging: How to Frag Corals Successfully

Are you new to the hobby and want to learn how to frag corals successfully? Are you an advanced aquarist and you’re looking for a few of the secrets of coral fragging and want to have better success fragging your own corals. Is your local aquarium club hosting a coral frag swap and you want to know how to quickly and …

Fragging Coral Embryos

A recent study at the Australian Institute of Marine Science has shown that some coral species are capable of being fragged (reproduced asexually when a fragment breaks off and starts a new, genetically identical clone) even in an embryonic stage. Saltwater aquarists have been fragging corals for years, however this latest discovery demonstrates that this remarkable reproductive strategy is present even in …