Discussion in 'Reef Aquarium Discussion' started by sixty_reefer, Mar 13, 2019.
Do they exist? Is that what’s in the pic? Or just a cool green and yellow hammer?
@DSC_reef your the in house coral expert what do you recon?
That’s a bi color hammer
This is a holy grail hammer
I no, but didn’t noticed the branches were green and the tips yellow does that makes any difference?
The pic looks like just a gold tip hammer is it right?
They look like toxic hammer corals to me.
Look at the hammer on the left of the picture.
Another name i have seen these called is a splatter hammer. A little more than your common hammer in cost but not significantly.
Ha! far from it but thank you. Looks like a splatter or bi-color hammer to me. That's a nice looking coral.
I have a plain old gold hammer it lacks the pink tones yhat this has
Holy Grail Hammer
I was going from the thread above as mine looks like a mix between post 10 and post 7
Thanks mate as usual top
eh, It doesn't really IMO. Its just your standard green/purple bi-color.
They had the toxic on the side of this one but under heavy blue the other was neon green and this one neon yellow
Does it looks like this under whites?
DSC_reef sorry to mess you around but managed to get a video that shows the details I was trying to get on a pic, just wondering if you had time to look at it. No filters.
That looks like a really nice splatter hammer.
Am hoping so once he heals, the base is in a very bad shape am hoping it won’t melt, so the two tone tentacle doesn’t mean much on hammers? Similar to the torch.
It's just a cool pattern for a euphyllia. Pretty desirable IMO, they look great in person.
They are, really hard to show on a image to
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