Usually if you get Zoa's they are attached to a small piece of rock anyway. Use pratley putty. It is reefsafe. Mix it out side, take both rocks out (one you want to attach to and the one with the Zoa's on. Pet the putty on both rocks and attach. Leave outside for a short while and put back in a low flow area to give time to harden. Yes, it hardens under water.Ok the anemones are not the real problem, although having a anemone foot on the front of the tank glass is not the most picturesque. Zoanthids? They don’t move around, how do i fasten them to a rock because the currents keep dumping them at the bottom upside down.
Yup, even though it sounds cruel, it's one of the best ways to do it. Alternative is to stick them to the rock using super glue gel.Use a toothpick and stick it through the middel ant into the liverock,ive done it lots of times and no it doesnt die
I use Milliput, the type I have is the normal whitish colour but it comes in purple also, it will set underwater and attach to glass.Is this stuff available at LFS? It seems to work the best if your polyps are attached to a rock. It is a two part epoxy that is like a putty. Hardens quick and is strong. After about a month you cant even tell you've used it. It does'nt work on glass though.
yeah i got some of that from my LFS a few months back,works great sets same colour as my coraline.its the only thing i use in my tank to secure even big corals at weird angles,sets like cement.AT R180 a pop i go easy with its usage lol........Is this stuff available at LFS? It seems to work the best if your polyps are attached to a rock. It is a two part epoxy that is like a putty. Hardens quick and is strong. After about a month you cant even tell you've used it. It does'nt work on glass though.
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