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Branching hammer and button polyps

Discussion in 'Coral Frag Exchange' started by Sploke, Oct 13, 2008.

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    Single heads of branching hammer mounted on a plug or rock:
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    Brownish button polyps (palys?)...under good actinics these actually have a powder blue speckling in them. The light for both of these pics sucked, so it doesn't really show them off.
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    Looking for anything that will do ok under PC lighting in a 55gal tank.
     
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    What are those, condys?
     
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    You still have anything Sploke? If so check out my these. Sorry about the pic quality. I can create a frag of them with 5 or so polyps sometime this week. Im waiting on my new frag plugs. They grew great under my PC lighting. They are growing even better under my MH.
     
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    Sure looks good - would you rather the hammer or some of the zoas?
     
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    Do you have any other Zoos? If not I would take the hammer. I wont be ready for atleast a week. Its taking forever to get my new reef plugs:swear:
     
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    I have some, but not enough to frag off really, I want to wait a while longer for the colonies to get bigger.
     
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    Or do you want some zoos and a shroom for both the hammer and the buttons? I have a shroom about the size of a quarter that I fragged a few weeks back and its growing great.
     
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    Sure that works. PM me your address and we'll get this thing going.
     
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    I pm'ed you. I will let you know when they are ready to ship. Hopefully by Monday as they just got fragged today. They are opening up again though so thats a great sign.
     
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