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Old 07-12-2010, 03:27 PM   #11
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Hammer Frogspawn.LOL I think he meant that they were both from the same family..."Euphyllia", there is no such coral as a HammerFrogspawn...
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Old 07-12-2010, 03:51 PM   #12
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Well to be more precise, he actually asked me, "Which version do you want. Normal Frogspawn or Hammer Frogspawn." lol... It was $35 for that frag btw.
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He said it was a hammer frogspawn
Does he also sell a dog cat :p
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Old 07-13-2010, 03:48 AM   #15
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Does he also sell a dog cat :p
I am being picky but cocker spaniel, english spaniel would be more accurate.:p

BTW. I have 2 cocker and 1 english
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Doesnt look like my Hammer Coral is going to make it . I had the LFS cut the dead branches off of him for me. He aparently did not take that well. In the past 12 hours hes lost over 1/2 of his little hammer bubbles and looks like hes about to die. Sad day indeed.
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Sorry to hear that. You did everything you could. This happens and it's hard on a person, but you'll be okay.
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Old 07-13-2010, 03:57 PM   #18
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Sorry to hear that. You did everything you could. This happens and it's hard on a person, but you'll be okay.
Lol yeah im fine. Just sucks that I just got him 2 days ago and hes already dead. Never shopping at that place again...
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Doesnt look like my Hammer Coral is going to make it . I had the LFS cut the dead branches off of him for me. He aparently did not take that well. In the past 12 hours hes lost over 1/2 of his little hammer bubbles and looks like hes about to die. Sad day indeed.
The cutting of the dead branches wasn't the problem. They were just that... dead branches. No living tissue there. HOWEVER... this family of corals are easily damaged during handling and/or transport. My guess is that during the whole process, the healthy tissue was damaged. Give it some time alone in a corner somewhere and it might surprise you!
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I agree with Kurt. Dont give up yet.
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