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    Question gorgonia ID


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    gorgonia sp.

    lol... beautiful blue polyps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricepicker
    gorgonia sp.
    That is just the family..., not the type/species.
    I will look into it and try to find out if there is a common name... I KNOW there is a scientific name for it.

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    gorgonia bluepolypsus....

    hehehe... honestly, without my book near me, i don't know.
    I am Homer of BORG... Prepare to be..OOOO!! DONUT!!!!!!

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    Actually Vince,
    You're close..., it's Gorgonia BluepolypsIs.., not sUs. :wha?:

    Ummm..., I'll check anyways!!!! :huh??: HEY!!! Where's the "POOF" smilie gone?????!!!!!!

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    How about Gorgonia caeruleus?
    There is nothing so permanent as a temporary measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toutouche
    That is just the family..., not the type/species.
    I will look into it and try to find out if there is a common name... I KNOW there is a scientific name for it.

    of course i know... i'm just being a smartass...

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    Ah!!! o.k. ... then, smartass away!!!!

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    it's photosynthetic or I've to feed it

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    feeding

    I have a gorgonia and you have to feed it with a powder solution so that the flower can catch some small particle use cyclop-eeze in powder and it works fine

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