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Old 02-10-2012, 06:24 PM   #891
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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!
Lol. No problem. I have all three types. This is a wall hammer...



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Are you going to do torches???



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The first is a pink tip and second is a yellow tip.
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Old 02-10-2012, 06:26 PM   #892
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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
See- my frogspawn doesn't really grow like my hammers...



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Don't get me wrong- it has almost doubled- but not like my hammers.
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Old 02-10-2012, 06:34 PM   #893
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Thanks for the pictures.

I am definitely going to get Torches. I really like them . Is there anything specific that I should know about them, do they need an established tank? Thank you.
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Thanks for the pictures.

I am definitely going to get Torches. I really like them . Is there anything specific that I should know about them, do they need an established tank? Thank you.
They need ALOT of space. Very long feeder tentacles.
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They need ALOT of space. Very long feeder tentacles.
Could they be put on the sandbed? Or on a rock on the bed?
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Mine are both very happy in the sandbed
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Mine are both very happy in the sandbed
Awesome! Do they need lots of rocks around them to expand onto?
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I'm not sure. Both of mine are next to the base of rocks though
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I'm not sure. Both of mine are next to the base of rocks though
Oh so it could grow up on them if needed? Thanks! Do they need to be fed at all?
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On rare occasion I'll throw em a silver. But other than that- I mainly just broadcast my tank daily with phyto
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