hammer coral healthy or not?

Discussion in 'Coral Health' started by sjn1282, Oct 22, 2013.

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  1. sjn1282

    sjn1282 Spanish Shawl Nudibranch

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    Yea im a virgin too. When i get enough growth out of my frags im gonna give it a go. Cant wait!
     
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  3. CBSurfrider

    CBSurfrider Millepora

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    I lowered mine closer to the bottom of my tank earlier when I posted and its out now by 25% than earlier.
     
  4. Seancelebrity

    Seancelebrity Feather Duster

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    Very cool!!! Less flow also?
     
  5. Marshall O

    Marshall O Giant Squid

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    I found my Hammer definitely prefers low flow. Moderate lighting seems to do just fine. However my Torch does just fine in higher flow!
     
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    sjn1282 Spanish Shawl Nudibranch

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    Ill go lower mine then and monitor it in the morning. We will see what happens!
     
  7. Pickupman66

    Pickupman66 Tassled File Fish

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    Low flow? Naw. Just do that blast them. A good flow that makes them bouce is best.
     
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  9. CBSurfrider

    CBSurfrider Millepora

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    There's not much flow down where I moved mine.. I have a ton of coralline LR but not many spots to place my corals on.. Something I also need to think about when I move my tank.