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    Senior Member princpl skimmer's Avatar
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    anyone?

    hey guys, anyone know what type of coral is this? i cannot find a pic of it anywhere online. unless i have the real name.
    it looks alot like my sun coral however all polyps are attached at the base unlike the sun coral.

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    oh ya, does anyone want a frag of my bubble algae. lol. there frikkin aweful-

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    an emerald crab or 2 would love it!!!

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    and my wrasse would love the emeralds. unless i get them big. if anyone has any big boys who get banished to their sump, let me know.

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    hey mark, the frags are doing well. extremely well.

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    thats great!!!

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    It looks like a pagoda coral- turbinaria. They tend to grow in a cup or saucer shaped form and when the polyps are extended well, as yours are, you can't see the base.
    Matt.

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    your right reefmutt, when the polyps are in, it looks like a cupcoral.. thanx dude. pagoda... cool, ill look it up.

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    a the lfs, it was called a ridge coral.. i think big als made the name up. lol

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    No, Ridge coral is another "common" name for it.

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