Bi color octospawn

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How much per head on the attached bicolor octospawn you think?

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I think it is more of a hammer or torch coral though. Tried to find the one from tck but it costs around $40 a head
 
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That looks like E. cristata hammer. Octospawn has multiple "tips" per tentacle. Maybe $75-100 for that entire piece you have pictured?
 
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That looks like E. cristata hammer. Octospawn has multiple "tips" per tentacle. Maybe $75-100 for that entire piece you have pictured?
I just cancelled with a guy who is taking it for $30 a head thinking it was more expensive. Someone said it is 100 to 150 a head.
 

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I just cancelled with a guy who is taking it for $30 a head thinking it was more expensive. Someone said it is 100 to 150 a head.
that is from wwc without a sale, they are extremely expensive and a business so we cant really compare their prices to ours without at least halving them. These places also have steep sales (with "aftersales" 30+ % off) a lot of the time.
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Has hammer shape. Frogspawn is spherical at the tip, yours is elongated and curved like a hammer.
Honestly leaning towards a frammer coral, but its just another euphyllia species, color is gonna be the most important for price though
 
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that is from wwc without a sale, they are extremely expensive and a business so we cant really compare their prices to ours without at least halving them. These places also have steep sales (with "aftersales" 30+ % off) a lot of the time.

Honestly leaning towards a frammer coral, but its just another euphyllia species, color is gonna be the most important for price though
I get it that wwc are expensive. I didnt realize it's a hammer as flow is high in my tank so you can hardly tell frogspawn from hammers lol
 
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