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Wall hammer growth

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Melfy77

So I bought a wall hammer frag about 6 weeks ago. After spending time trying to find the "sweet spot" for it I think I finally found a good spot for it, pretty much on the bottom ( tank is an IM 25g lagoon with a HD prime and running bare bottom)

The polyps are like super inflated and above the skeleton, guessing it's kinda normal? Also how does a wall hammer grow? I'm assuming the base just keeps getting bigger but can you "tell" there's growth happening? There's some white circles on the hammer base, good or bad? This is my first euphyllia and couldn't find a clear answer when I asked Mr. Google lol.

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EthanPhillyCheesesteak

From what I have heard, they grow in a straight line almost and will just keep expanding from there. They grow a lot slower than a regular hammer. 

It looks good to me

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Melfy77
4 hours ago, EthanPhillyCheesesteak said:

From what I have heard, they grow in a straight line almost and will just keep expanding from there. They grow a lot slower than a regular hammer. 

It looks good to me

Makes sense ! Thanks for your reply! 🙂 I'm getting a branching Torch coral on thursday (payday lol). Now my Duncan on the other hand is popping 1 head every week hahaha. Love that coral!! Cheap, looks awesome and grows fast!

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3 hours ago, Melfy77 said:

Makes sense ! Thanks for your reply! 🙂 I'm getting a branching Torch coral on thursday (payday lol). Now my Duncan on the other hand is popping 1 head every week hahaha. Love that coral!! Cheap, looks awesome and grows fast!

Wish my corals would grow that fast😂

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