What type of frogspawn is this

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  1. Fester

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    Anybody know what this is and tank location, feeding, flow and light?
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    Sorry forgot the picture ImageUploadedByTapatalk1370882597.536885.jpg

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    sure it is a frogspawn and not maybe a galaxia coral?
     
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    Hmmmm was told its a ..?..... Frogspawn.
     
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    If it is what you say, whats its requirements then? Now im confused
     
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    looks similar to this?

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    It is frogspaw. Look up octopus coral,cant remember the sci-fi name but I had one too.
     
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    or more like this

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    Euphyllia paradivisa is the frogspawn
     
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    His looks to me torches coral. Difficult pic to identified.
     
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    More like this. But has never gotten that big. I have this frogspawn too doing brilliantly and nearly doubled in size in 2 months. Bit not the first one i showed. Doesnt seem to get bigger than it is. Basically the same height and flow than each other ImageUploadedByTapatalk1370883464.787733.jpg

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    Frogspawn Coral, Thin Branched (Euphyllia paradivisa)
    Care Level: Moderate
    Temperament: Aggressive
    Lighting: Moderate to High
    Waterflow: Medium
    Placement: Bottom
     
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    Thanks for info. But is the first picture i posted a frogspawn? Cause it is mot getting bigger like the second one i have that i posted pic of.
     
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    to much flow will probably cause it to stay shrunken in like that. try moving it to a place with less flow
     
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    Frogspawn Coral, Thick Branched (Euphyllia yaeyamaensis)

    need a better pic
     
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    Frog, hammer, torches, like to be place in the ( location ) middle area of the tank. Not to strong flow. Feeding i feed reef paste. Also they depend on calcium and magnesium. For skeleton growth.
     
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    Best pics i can get
     
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