Purple/green Hammer frags $75 shipped

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Pic of mother colony.
Selling $75 shipped for one head.
$100 shipped for 3 headed colony.
Or local pickup east Texas, Longview/Marshall area.
If you are local and are interested in more heads, pm me.

In general please pm me to close deal.
These are bright colored, I’m not lowering the price.
 
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Pic of mother colony.
Selling $75 shipped for one head.
$100 shipped for 3 headed colony.
Or local pickup east Texas, Longview/Marshall area.
If you are local and are interested in more heads, pm me.

In general please pm me to close deal.
These are bright colored, I’m not lowering the price.
How big are the heads? I just finished cycling my new Redsea 350 for the last 8 weeks and I have been reading that corals like Frog Spawns, Torches, and Hammers are very hardy and usually do well in newly cycled tanks. What are your thoughts about that?
 
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How big are the heads? I just finished cycling my new Redsea 350 for the last 8 weeks and I have been reading that corals like Frog Spawns, Torches, and Hammers are very hardy and usually do well in newly cycled tanks. What are your thoughts about that?
I haven’t had good luck with torches, but this hammer went in my tank at 6 weeks old, and that was 6 years ago.

The “secret” is to leave your tank alone once you have correct salinity, just top with fresh non-salt DI water when it evaporates down 1/2”.
Stability is key, and comes from non intervention.

if you “fed” your tank, and watched tests to make sure you’re through the cycle and only left with a little nitrates, then you’re good. You may go thru blooms of plankton, algae, cloudiness, just have patience and don’t do anything.
A head is usually 2-3 inches wide and 4-6 inches tall depending on the stalk length, which I will keep short to save on shipping.
 
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As of now, ammonia, nitrites, and nitrates are all at 0. I haven't checked alkalinity yet because I am waiting on my test kit. PH seems to just stay at 7.8. I have an ATO and the salinity has stayed constant at 33ppm the hole time. I did think I was going to get some algae blooms by now but I haven't got any so far. The water stays nice and clear. I haven't started dosing anything yet, but should I start if I add this guy to my tank. I have had a couple of clown fish in the tank for a couple of weeks now and they seem to be very happy. I'll take 3 heads if you think my tank is ready....just your opinion, I won't hold you to it if it doesn't work out. Also, should I dip it before adding to my tank?
 
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As of now, ammonia, nitrites, and nitrates are all at 0. I haven't checked alkalinity yet because I am waiting on my test kit. PH seems to just stay at 7.8. I have an ATO and the salinity has stayed constant at 33ppm the hole time. I did think I was going to get some algae blooms by now but I haven't got any so far. The water stays nice and clear. I haven't started dosing anything yet, but should I start if I add this guy to my tank. I have had a couple of clown fish in the tank for a couple of weeks now and they seem to be very happy. I'll take 3 heads if you think my tank is ready....just your opinion, I won't hold you to it if it doesn't work out. Also, should I dip it before adding to my tank?
Sounds like you’re ready to me.

I never dosed. I don’t recommend it, as it’s where accidents happen and you have two years minimum worth of necessary minerals in your salt mix for a decent amount of coral

No need to dip.
PM me if you want to buy
 
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I’m in Longview as well, thought I knew everyone around here that was into reefing lol, where you located exactly?
 

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Pic of mother colony.
Selling $75 shipped for one head.
$100 shipped for 3 headed colony.
Or local pickup east Texas, Longview/Marshall area.
If you are local and are interested in more heads, pm me.

In general please pm me to close deal.
These are bright colored, I’m not lowering the price.
I’d like to purchase but I cannot PM you for some reason. Can you please pm me and we can get this going? TY!
 
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Here’s pics of more frags and the big momma.
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no, I’m not selling the blue or rose hammers, nor the weak colored frag.
 

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I've received the hammer corals happy and healthy and am very happy with the purchase and transaction overall. I would recommend ZoaReefer, Thank you!!!
Seconded, my hammer arrived happy with polyps out and after a dip and being placed in my DT it seems happy.

Thanks zoareefer, lmk if you are selling any other pieces.
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