Coral Identification

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Anyone know what the small branch like coral is front middle with green polyps...

Picked it up from a £2.50 frag basket at Swallows, looks lovely under blues

Thanks in advance

Al


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Can you get a better pic at all?

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Thanks for reply mate...

Not really!!! iPhone 5s camera ain’t up to much now a days!!!

I did try tho :-)




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Fair enough mate, reminds me of a green polyp toadstool or a Heliopora (Blue Ridge Coral)

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Thanks for response mate, I reckon the Green Polyp Toadstool that was my initial thought!


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Reply #6

That looks like a green polyp staghorn acrapora to me ,
I used to have one years ago .
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