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Thread: New coralS :)

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    Hey guys I just got 3 new feats from a person on CL not bad for $5 a frag.

    The green mushroom


    And two types of polyps

    Any one know the names of these two??

    Do you think this guy is reaching for more light ?

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    I really like that one in the middle! Good buy for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hpimichael02
    Any one know the names of these two??
    Hard to say for sure with the first of the two in question since there are several different types of soft corals which have polyps similar to those (e.g., clavuarlia, tubipora, anthelia, briareum, etc).

    As an example/comparison, here's a tubipora frag:


    And anthelia:


    Getting a good look at the coral's matting or base tissue when the polyps are completely retracted would offer additional clues.

    If I had to guess to guess as to the ID of the 2nd coral in question I'm leaning toward pachyclavuria (green star polyps).
    African cichlid and saltwater aquariums

    http://www.rowelab.com/AquaControlle...9&scope=last24

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    Thanks guys for your help :)

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    The first of the unkouwn corals looks to me like a type spreading Gorgonian that i have and the second looks like GSP (green star polyps)

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