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Old 08-18-2011, 03:43 PM   #11
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No I have had lots of pulsing xenia that's definately not it....I do have some in 1 pic but I'm talking bout coral in sand at bottom of tank....I was told by one guy its a Kenya tree?...reason I ask is the polyps don't open wide and I was going to live it to the top of the tank
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Could be Kenya tree, I can't tell because the photo is a bit blue
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