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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

Need a possible ID from a poor pic


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    ReefNeck - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    Default Need a possible ID from a poor pic

    I'm brand spanking new to SPS since I got my lights. Was given 2 frags from another reefer without knowing what was in the bags. Found these 2 and would like to try and identify them. It's not really possible to know the source to ask them so I leave it up to you fine people. I took the best pic I can get with the camera I have so no loud laughing. Quiet snickering is acceptable.

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    graphixx - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    MONTIPORA DIGITATA
    fulltankshot 1 - Need a possible ID from a poor pic

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    ReefNeck - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    Quote Originally Posted by graphixx22
    MONTIPORA DIGITATA
    Should I assume from the enthusiasm (CAPS) that this is a good one to have?

    And is that what both appear to be or just one of them?

    Thanks.

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    jerryc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I also thank Digaitata
    I HAVE A PROBLEM' I'M ADDICTED TO MICROMUSSA

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    jerryc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Digaitata is good beginner SPS one of the easiest to keep
    I HAVE A PROBLEM' I'M ADDICTED TO MICROMUSSA

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    dakar - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Agreed.... the polyp and skeletal structure is right for M. Digita. They are fairly tolerant of our husbandry practices.
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    ReefNeck - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    Ok, So I have a nice, Easy to keep beginners Coral. Where is the challenge in that? Time to go find myself something colorful and moderately difficult to try.

    Thanks everyone.

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