Fragging Tools for Aquariums

What is fragging? Coral frags, or fragments, are small coral colonies cut from a parent colony that can then be sold or traded.

Want to know how to frag sps coral? A stony coral frag can be cut using a coral bone cutter or, for the pros, a wet band saw for coral like the Gryphon Aquasaw. The sps frag is then glued to a frag plug.

Fragging soft corals requires a coral scalpel. For example, when fragging zoas a cut is made between heads and then below the mat tissue. A mushroom coral is split by cutting through the mouth and fragged by cutting under the mat. Some soft corals attach to frag disks with coral glue, others attach themselves over time, held in place with string.

Have questions about how to frag coral? Contact our expert support for the knowledge and supplies you need to succeed.
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AquaMaxx Coral-Eye 5W CREE Blue LED Flashlight
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AquaMaxx Coral-Eye 5W CREE Blue LED Flashlight

Uniheat Tropical Fish Shipping Warmer qty 10 (HEAT PACK)

Uniheat Tropical Fish Shipping Warmer qty 10 (HEAT PACK)

Polyplab Scope Blue LED Flash Light

Polyplab Scope Blue LED Flash Light

Dissekt-Rite Ultimate Coral Fragging Kit

Dissekt-Rite Ultimate Coral Fragging Kit

Dissekt-Rite Cutting Shear 7 inch

Dissekt-Rite Cutting Shear 7 inch

Gryphon Aquasaw XL Bandsaw

Gryphon Aquasaw XL Bandsaw

Boston Aqua Farms Soft Coral Scalpel

Boston Aqua Farms Soft Coral Scalpel

Maxspect Coral Hand Saw

Maxspect Coral Hand Saw

Gryphon Aquasaw Bandsaw

Gryphon Aquasaw Bandsaw

Taam Reef Precision Coral Clippers

Taam Reef Precision Coral Clippers

Boston Aqua Farms Scalpel Replacement Blades 5/pk

Boston Aqua Farms Scalpel Replacement Blades 5/pk

Maxspect Coral Hand Saw Replacement Blade

Maxspect Coral Hand Saw Replacement Blade

Boston Aqua Farms Stony Coral Propagation Starter Kit

Boston Aqua Farms Stony Coral Propagation Starter Kit

Boston Aqua Farms Soft Coral Propagation Starter Kit

Boston Aqua Farms Soft Coral Propagation Starter Kit

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