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Old 05-04-2003, 06:13 PM   #1
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Very nice, I have always preferred that skeletal structure to the branching hammers, looks like an excellent specimen, how big is it?
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I envy the you! That is one of my favortie corals, how close can I put one to other corals, like zoos and shrooms. or would it do better next to leathers or other LPS
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how big is it?
10" across at the longest points.
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10" across at the longest points.
Be prepared.... This anchor was approximately 8" across at the furthest points and was about the size of 1/2 volley ball, when I sold it several months later it had only grown about 2-3" more and was about the size of 1/2 a basketball (regulation size ) and produced sweepers of about 12" regularly. I would expect close to the same from yours after it's settled in.
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