Coral identification help

Discussion in 'Soft Corals' started by Flyariv, Feb 14, 2014.

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  1. Flyariv

    Flyariv Flamingo Tongue

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    Hello reefers, i am trying to identify these coral i got recently, sold to me as soft coral, anu experience with these ?
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  3. Swisswiss

    Swisswiss Caribbean Reef Squid

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    cabbage coral (Sinularia brassica), and a very nice one at that. never seen a purple one. they are very hardy
     
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    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Yup, one of my favorite soft corals. It comes in a nice green or pink variety as well. Very hardy (as Swiss posted), a moderately fast grower, very easily fragged.
     
  5. Flyariv

    Flyariv Flamingo Tongue

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    Thx guys, appreciated, and the second pic i missed to upload is this coral
     
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    Flyariv Flamingo Tongue

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    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Some type of Cladiellam perhaps. The polyps are not open and the polyps look like they have been munched on.
     
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    civiccars2003 Great Blue Whale

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    These are sooo cool.
     
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    Flyariv Flamingo Tongue

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    Flyariv Flamingo Tongue

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    Hello All
    as u can see the normal tree shape of my Cespitularia (cespitularia sp.) previously posted , i have noticed a change in the polyps recently , see pics below, it has been like this for a week now and today i noticed white egg kind underneath the polyps , is it what i think it is ?

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