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    Frogspawn

    I was told this may be a torch coral but I didnít think it was.
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    240 DT with a 100 Gal sump

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    It could be some torches are shorter and fater. I think the ausie ones are. It may also be a branching hammer. But kinda hard to see the pic on my phone.

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    So should I keep it away from my hammers and Frogs?
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    No, all euphyllia can be kept together.

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    So I have confirmed it is a hammer coral.

    I dont think all euphyllia can can be kept together = Torch coral
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    My torch and Frogspawn are right next to each other with no issue. It's very rare that Euphyllia will fight another Euphyllia.

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