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    Senior Member mschmied's Avatar
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    ID this sps hitch hicker

    I got this pink Palythoa frag in a trade, I believe tha it was kept in low light conditions because the Palythoa were pale but everything has coloured up including a blue sps colony on the top of the frag.

    Anyone recognize it?
    HermitCrab

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    I don't think that is an sps coral- it looks more like the beginnings of a purple gorgonian.
    he polyps don't look right for an sps coral..
    Matt.

    Old system torn down to make a playroom.. planning a 62x42x28 high

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    I thought the polyps looked a lot like my purple seawhip's. It will be interestig to see how the new one turns out. I guess that it is a different species though growth habit seem to be more stubby.

    Thanks.
    HermitCrab

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