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@Joe Knows Reefs, approximately how big across is that last $19 chameleon?

The plug it's on is 1 inch in diameter on top. So about .75-1"

Those are a quarter size grate holes. So between 1/4 to 1/2 inch

Actually eggcrate is 5/8", not 1/4"

Also, determining size from eggcrate in the background can be deceptive because of field of view. Like hold a fish out in front of you for a picture makes the fish look larger than if you held the fish closer to your body. Generally speaking, a clear top down photo with the adjacent egg crate in plain view would make a good reference for size.

The favia frag in question is about .75-1"
 

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The plug it's on is 1 inch in diameter on top. So about .75-1"



Actually eggcrate is 5/8", not 1/4"

Also, determining size from eggcrate in the background can be deceptive because of field of view. Like hold a fish out in front of you for a picture makes the fish look larger than if you held the fish closer to your body. Generally speaking, a clear top down photo with the adjacent egg crate in plain view would make a good reference for size.

The favia frag in question is about .75-1"
That's awesome, you use the bigger grates. Now I know more.
 

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