The Hammer Coral, Branching is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral and often referred to as Euphyllia Hammer Coral or Anchor Coral. Its common names are. Hammer corals sometimes grow in a wall formation while other hammers grow in a branching formation.
Pinktipped Branching Hammer Coral Euphyllia parancora
Either variety makes an excellent. The Bicolor Hammer is one of the aquarium industry's most frequently-traded LPS corals, and one of several species belonging to the popular.
One of the most elusive and sought after is the Sun Coral Tubastrea. The polyps may be green, tan, or brown in color, with lime yellow or green tips on the ends of its tentacles that glow under actinic lighting. This is believed to add to the over-all growth of the colony.
At first, I put my hammerhead higher in my tank, positioning it middle to top on my rock work.
Hammer Coral Care
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He is higher in the tank but just as high as the green brAnching coral whoch i bpught same time.
Guess what — they were super happy with each other.
Video: Hammer branching coral Branching Hammers and Frogspawns VS Wall Verity
This would happen if they grow large enough, battling for living space. You should start with a medium to low light. Branching Frog Spawn Euphyllia divisasold as one branch. Though they are feeding chiefly through photosynthesis you can still spot feed them.
Branching Hammer Coral Neon Green (Euphyllia sp) Aquarium Depot