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Old 06-11-2012, 07:57 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by MacDracor
Euphyllia corals (torch, hammer, frogspawn) are usually more aggressive (sweepers!) in higher flow. Try adjusting the pumps to reduce the flow directed at/past the torch and see if this helps. Also, if it is a branching torch, you could always get a bone saw, frag it, and sell the extra bits.
Thank you it is a branching torch both are actually. I'm gonna saw off 2 heads of each as both have 3 heads and I have a feeling 1 head each is enough for that spot and size tank. Those sweepers get pretty big as you know. It's wild to watch.


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