Firework Clove Polyps

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Anyone know where I can get my hands on these beauties?



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They're gorgeous! I'm watching

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I know Anthony from [mention]fragglereef [/mention] used to have clove polyps, worth asking him


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One of my LFS has them in,  they didn't look as bright in the flesh as in your pic though, suspect that may have had a cheeky bit of the ol' photoshop treatment

https://www.e-marineaquatics.co.uk/products/papaya-clove-polyps-firework-clove-polyps-clavularia-sp-4-polyps

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One of my LFS has them in,  they didn't look as bright in the flesh as in your pic though, suspect that may have had a cheeky bit of the ol' photoshop treatment

https://www.e-marineaquatics.co.uk/products/papaya-clove-polyps-firework-clove-polyps-clavularia-sp-4-polyps
Most likely mate, pic was from a US site saying pic taken under 80% actinic 20% marine white. Believe they are also called Papaya. Thank you I’ll take a gander.


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@ajm83 ... lol just looked at the site you recommended....yup they are the same! Cursed photoshop apps!!


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@ajm83 ... lol just looked at the site you recommended....yup they are the same! Cursed photoshop apps!!


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They're still nice, just not quite "90's dayglo" bright... I'll grab a pic if Alan still has them in next time I'm there.

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Reply #7

Ooooh , they look nice ,
As mentioned above bit of photo shop going on .
Still nice though , best thing is to google them then click in images then you'll see loads of pics of them on there give you an idea what they really look like .
Dave
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