Hammer and Tubeworm

Discussion in 'LPS Corals' started by Jaco Schoeman, 14 Apr 2009.

  1. Jaco Schoeman

    Jaco Schoeman MASA Contributor

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    Hi

    Can anyone tell me whether a hammer coral will harm the hair of a tubeworm? I place a tubeworm below my hammer, and the flow, or a hermit or a snail let it slide downj on the back, causing it to have it's hair right under the hammer. It is not really touching from what I would see, but if the hammer extends two milimeters, it would touch.

    Should I just leave it or move it?
     
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  3. lIghty

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    I would move if its not too much work, rather safe than sorry?
     
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    Like lighty says, rather play it safe Jaco
     
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    I would also rather move it.
     
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