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Mushrooms like this?


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Jawbreaker was 349 now 289
 
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It's so nice. I'm still kinda new to reefing and heard walls can be difficult to care for. Anyone have any experience or insight with walls? doing some research now lol
I have a couple branching hammers and they are doing well. I had one wall hammer and that thing bit the dust hard and fast. Not sure what went wrong with it but they sure seem like the ***** pants coral.
 

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this one looks like it needs to be adopted
It's so nice. I'm still kinda new to reefing and heard walls can be difficult to care for. Anyone have any experience or insight with walls? doing some research now lol
for that price tho... give it a shot?
 

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It's so nice. I'm still kinda new to reefing and heard walls can be difficult to care for. Anyone have any experience or insight with walls? doing some research now lol
Walls are hard in that if one section starts to go, usually the whole thing goes. The large single skeleton leaves it a little more vulnerable. With branching hammers, if there are multiple heads, you have a chance to frag it and save some of it.
 

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Walls are hard in that if one section starts to go, usually the whole thing goes. The large single skeleton leaves it a little more vulnerable. With branching hammers, if there are multiple heads, you have a chance to frag it and save some of it.
^^^ that
 
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