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Old 04-09-2015, 10:54 PM   #1
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Hey,
This SPS is fully coated in Orange, the polyps are extremely difficult to locate unless the coral is fully open, it is very smooth, and it's very branchy. What is it? (see attachment)
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I wonder why tough corals are called hammers, and weak corals are called buttons...

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How about a montipora setosa. Hard to really see in the blues.
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How about a montipora setosa. Hard to really see in the blues.

I agree. Looks like setosa.


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That's it, thanks again hank, you're always a big help
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