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    sarcophyton

    Just gauging interest? Would rather swap or sale locally as it's quite big (for my tank anyway) about 8" in diameter. I have offered it to somebody already - just waiting to here back from them.

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    sarcophyton

    Scissors, blades - get chopping see those lobes slice them off and then place them onto live rock or other suitable substrates - make frags......you can reduce the size of the animal to less than 3in across - it will grow back and you will have some frags to swap and sell!




    J

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    sarcophyton

    Nice looking sarco.I'd never chop it.At that size it would make an excellent host coral for a pair of clowns.Percs and ocellaris prefer sarcos to nems.My pair of percs host a sarco about a foot across.
    I know this is a frag site but someone could be looking for a sarco just like that.

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    sarcophyton

    These guys are bullet proof - snip a piece of here and there and it will grow back no problem

    J

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    sarcophyton

    Frag it....frag it...

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    sarcophyton

    I have to get rid of the Toadstool frags 1st. No more room!!

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    sarcophyton

    where are u based

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    sarcophyton

    sorry being thick still get to know the site

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    sarcophyton

    No probs, as it says - Southampton. I've decided to keep it, it's to nice and the clowns are looking like they may move into it. I will give a trim soon. Thanks for everyones opinons.

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    sarcophyton

    NOPE, it's got to go, head over heart! It really is a fantastic looking coral, but it really needs a bigger tank. I thought about giving it the chop and keeping a frag (still a poss) but it has to go.
    PM me with any offers
    (I am working nights this week so you may not get an instant reply)
    Cheers


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