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Old 02-09-2012, 02:01 AM   #881
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Lol.

Really? Thats a bummer..I guess every action has a re-action..although that is lame
Yep. He buys fish like he buys cars. Doesn't do his research. He buys for looks.
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Old 02-10-2012, 07:23 AM   #882
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I enjoyed watching the video!
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My new hammer fully opened...
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My new hammer fully opened...
I hope to get a Hammer or Frogspawn for my 125g. Do you know what the differences are? Thanks.
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Oh yes- and the damsels
Nice Damsels, are they behaving themselves, lol?
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I hope to get a Hammer or Frogspawn for my 125g. Do you know what the differences are? Thanks.

Nice Damsels, are they behaving themselves, lol?
The main difference is huge tips. Hammer tips look like little hammers (lol) whereas frogspawn are more like dots. In my tank my hammers grow faster than the frogspawn does.

These damsels are only semi aggressive. They are behaving quite nicely. And they glow under the LEDs!
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The main difference is huge tips. Hammer tips look like little hammers (lol) whereas frogspawn are more like dots. In my tank my hammers grow faster than the frogspawn does.

These damsels are only semi aggressive. They are behaving quite nicely. And they glow under the LEDs!
Awesome, they look great!

I think I will buy a Hammer Coral then. Is one hardier than the other?
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There's more than one type. There's branching, wall, grape, etc. walls can be less hardy if there is damage to them.
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There's more than one type. There's branching, wall, grape, etc. walls can be less hardy if there is damage to them.
Wow, cool. I didn't know that there were different types. I saw the Branching ones on LA today. Thanks for answering all of my questions!
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The main difference is huge tips. Hammer tips look like little hammers (lol) whereas frogspawn are more like dots. In my tank my hammers grow faster than the frogspawn does.

These damsels are only semi aggressive. They are behaving quite nicely. And they glow under the LEDs!
I have a hammer that was tiny. Never grew at all for the longest time. I then bought a nice sized Frogspawn that grew like crazy. A month ago I started Dosing two part every other day and the hammer has started growing a bunch. But the Frogspawn is now huge. LOL. The hammer is much prettier but I think the Frogspawn is easier to care for. JMHO
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