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What is one of the colors on a clownfish? (hint there is a clownfish on the CR logo in the top left corner of the page.)

I think its some type odf Rainbow zoa


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    Corvette Reefer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default I think its some type odf Rainbow zoa

    im thinks either 5 color rainbow, raptors, or candy apples one of them. what do u think?

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    looks like raptors rainbows

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    curious how much are they a polyp?

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    $5-$10? Maybe lower, they have been around for awhile.

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    5-10 a polyp? thats pretty good campared to the rest of my zoas there all cheapys lol

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    Not the best pick........but I would say that to be RR's there needs to be more blue and speckles on the skirt. Also RR's have more of radial pattern to them.

    I would say they look like Spartan Pride.
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    well my lighting is not very good old bulbs bad color so they probally dont look like what they should.

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    Havnt seen them in person, but I am thinkin candy apple reds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeferRob View Post
    Not the best pick........but I would say that to be RR's there needs to be more blue and speckles on the skirt. Also RR's have more of radial pattern to them.

    I would say they look like Spartan Pride.
    +1 im gonna say 100% spartans pride. definitly not CAR as they have no indication of that nice red color. and the two main colors in the center appear to be pink and green(the morph that they turn into in lower light).

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