Zoa ID?

Discussion in 'What the...?' started by cwale, Jun 11, 2006.

  1. cwale

    cwale Emerald Crab

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    What exactly is this type? Sorry about image quality, I've only got a point and shoot.

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  2. rivrat

    rivrat Black Perc

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    Can't really tell from the photo quality. J/K :)
    Looks like yellow polyps to me but I might be wrong.

    Steve
     
  3. cwale

    cwale Emerald Crab

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    I have a bad habit of buying some of the little frags of corals real cheap, but then not getting a good ID on things. They do have bright yellow centers and are growing like weeds. They are actually pretty cool, but I just wanted to make sure they weren't anything bad.
     
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    rivrat Black Perc

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    I'm always on a strict budget with 3 kids so most of my corals were bought as little frags, but I get to see them grow which makes it even more fun for me and the family.

    Steve
     
  5. oimate842005

    oimate842005 Gem Tang LARC Supporter

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    from the picture and u describing them as growing like weeds, looks like yellow polyps to me
     
  6. shivametimbas

    shivametimbas Spiny Star Astraea

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    ronniem Spiny Star Astraea

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    ditto on the yellow polyps
     
  8. Anonymous

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    My brother-in-law just bought some like that from LFS. It's definately yellow polyp zoos.
     

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