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  1. I am not very experienced with hammers, though all corals are easy, they only turned up in SEQ a couple of years back due to climate change! I don’t know how strong they are with fending off other life growing towards it. I collected a nice one and it got to big in just 6 months so I gave to some one so we could frag it from their tank, it died there, dam!! So I bought this tiny one and it has grown and I have fragged it twice already, I couldn’t be bothered going back where I found them near mophats as all were to large and this frag was so tiny last year and is 4 maybe 5 times that size now, but I am worried that the zoas and others heading it’s way may over power it! There is no substrate in my tanks, just life spreading out. Fingers crossed!
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