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Old 01-26-2012, 06:58 PM   #1
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new frags.

Can anyone identify the second acropora frag? Not best picture I will try for a better one.
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Old 01-26-2012, 08:03 PM   #2
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A little bit better picture disregard the CBB being a camera hog lol. But the guy at the LFS said it was tenacious something but I can't find anything on anything called that.
Thanks! The stalk is kinda of an olive green and the polyps are similar in color.

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Old 01-27-2012, 01:27 AM   #3
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Well got repremanded for "bumping" a previous thread and gonna do it again would really like to know what this frag is I have been searching and cant pinpoint it so if anyone has seen it would love the input.
For you moderators out there jumping on bumps I putting it out there again I am not asking the same dumb question over and over again like a lot of people do I give my input when I feel like it is a field I am knowlegable in I don't respond to threads that I don't know much about just to get my post number up. I don't care abt that just want to help people when I can but if "bumping a thread" about something I am looking for help in because it was inactive for a number of hrs is outlawed then y should I continue to help others? Isn't it better to occasionally bump a thread to get a little input then starting the same thread over and over again like some people do? This is a help website so instead attacking someone who bumps a thread to maybe get a response does much less clogging of a website then someone who continuously post new threads on the same topic!!!!
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And go a head kick me off. I give my input on fields that I know abt and feel confident in but u allow all the idiots to post what ever whenever about stuff they have never kept or expierenced is a joke.
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Old 01-27-2012, 08:42 AM   #5
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I dont think that happens hear these guys are realy good guys ...
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If you want a id on something then u post in the id spot on the forum so use the forum correctly and you might have better results!!
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