Fragging Corals

First, frag a coral colony. Coral cutters are great for fragging SPS corals, but a coral scalpel is better for fragging zoas and other soft corals. Professionals might consider a coral frag saw. Next, attach the new coral frags to frag tiles. Coral glue is best for hard corals. Some other stony corals attach well with aquarium epoxy. Some soft corals attach well to frag disks with some wound string.

Then, place the new frag on a frag holder like a coral frag rack in the aquarium (or dedicated frag tank). A magnetic frag rack can be used to mount corals on the side of the tank. Some mounting options, like a frag rock, blend into the aquarium live rock.

Looking for the best frag glue or answers to your coral propagation questions? Contact our expert aquarists for advice.
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Two Little Fishies CorAffix 2oz Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

Two Little Fishies CorAffix 2oz Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

Seachem Reef Glue - 20g

Seachem Reef Glue - 20g

Marine Depot Fired Ceramic Small Clam Holder

Marine Depot Fired Ceramic Small Clam Holder

AquaMaxx 23 Hole Frag Rack with Magnet Mount

AquaMaxx 23 Hole Frag Rack with Magnet Mount

Polyplab Coral View Lens for Smart Phone or Tablet Cameras

Polyplab Coral View Lens for Smart Phone or Tablet Cameras

AquaMaxx 9 Hole Mini W Frag Rack with Magnet Mount

AquaMaxx 9 Hole Mini W Frag Rack with Magnet Mount

Two Little Fishies CorAffix Gel 0.70oz Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

Two Little Fishies CorAffix Gel 0.70oz Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

Two Little Fishies CorAffix Pro Cyanoacrylate Adhesive Coral Glue - 295ml

Two Little Fishies CorAffix Pro Cyanoacrylate Adhesive Coral Glue - 295ml

SnappGrid Interlocking EggCrate - AUQA Gadget - Innovative Marine

SnappGrid Interlocking EggCrate - AUQA Gadget - Innovative Marine

Boston Aqua Farms Ceramic Reef Disks - 15 Count

Boston Aqua Farms Ceramic Reef Disks - 15 Count

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