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Old 02-21-2017, 08:51 PM   #1
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ID:	295280 Can anyone ID this coral? It was a hitchhiker on some live rock I purchased.
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Those would be zoathids. Polyp corals that come in many different colors and varieties. The 'names' that they are given are pretty mickey mouse and vary from location to location to assist with sales and pricing.
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Those would be zoathids. Polyp corals that come in many different colors and varieties. The 'names' that they are given are pretty mickey mouse and vary from location to location to assist with sales and pricing.


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they look to be a nicely colored zoa like hank said can have many fancy names to bring up cost , but over all nice score
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Those really look like grandis to me. You'll know soon enough is they get HUGE. If so nice hh as they can sell upwards of $20 pp
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Those really look like grandis to me. You'll know soon enough is they get HUGE. If so nice hh as they can sell upwards of $20 pp


That's exactly what they look like! Thanks
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