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Old 05-14-2011, 06:48 PM   #11
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I cant give you no "inches or "heads". It not as easy as that. I can only say that the hammer has grown 6 times the original size in ten yrs and the frogspawn has grown about 30 some heads in the same 10 yrs. It`s all I can offer.
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Ok, so they are pretty slow growers then.
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You wont notice any growth over a few months. But I have noticed great growth over the years.
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Growth rate varies from tank to tank.

There are six species of Euphyllia, four species of branching (anchor, hammer, torch, and frogspawn) and two species of wall (anchor and frogspawn). I would stick with the branching of your preference.
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I wish I could send a picture of it. I also got a starry blen today.
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i have a wall frogspawn and a branching frogspawn i would recommend either of those their very hardy and they acclimate well mine opened up like an hour after i added them to my tank
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