Toxic green hammers!

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I have several single and double head frags of my toxic green hammer. It has been growing in my system for 3 years. $35 per head. Located in Texas in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex

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This is an older pic of the colony. It’s the one on the right. Best I have on my phone. I can take some daylight pics of the frags tomorrow if you’d like.

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Yes, please do take some daylight pics!!! I am very interested as I have been looking for a decent deal on a green hammer for a while now!
 
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Nice looking. I think the daylight pic is brighter than the actinics.
Yea this coral looks great no matter what time of day. I run whiter lighting during the day to get more par and blues in the evening. Looks great no matter what part of the lighting schedule it’s in.
 

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Yea this coral looks great no matter what time of day. I run whiter lighting during the day to get more par and blues in the evening. Looks great no matter what part of the lighting schedule it’s in.
That’s one of the reasons I love green hammers so much!
 
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