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    • Mine doesn't look that good when it splits. Take a look at its base. When mine splits the new growth at the base is white and it out paces it turning green and it grows in the shape of a triangle (to a point) on two sides such that the points grow together splitting the hammer - if that makes any sense at all. It's kinda hard to describe. 
    • Thank you!
       
      Ya that can make things a little harder. My lfs feed rods original. So I had him eating within the hour. A good collection of pods isn't a bad thing though.
    • Thank you, I used a Canon 60D, I think with the stock lens 18-55mm
    • Grats! I just picked one up 4 days ago. Mine is an ORA captive bred. So far all he's eating is pods though lol
       
    • I just leave them on the plug and wait for it to grow over. Unless you bought a frag that is fairly new the coral has most likely started to grow on the plug and I don't like risking the coral's safety. As for just general knowledge I would look up how to care for the specific corals that you get. if you have any questions feel free to pm me and I'll try to help as best i can. I'm no expert as this is my first reef tank aswell.
       
    • Looks great, thanks for sharing. 
      Question- did you have plans to remove those from the frag (rock)? 
      I'm new and haven't researched this enough.
      They'll eventually grow over it and won't know it's there? 
      I added corals similar to this today and just temp placed still on frag rock (no glue) 
      I don't feel like I'm experienced enough to remove them yet. 
      Any suggestions where to research or what to search to bring my knowledge up? 
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