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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.)

Paly I.D please


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    ryeguy28 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Paly I.D please

    hey guys and gals i need a I.D on these

    i bought them as nukes

    2010 0104PICS0012 - Paly I.D please

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    green button polyps, very common. i hope you didnt pay too much bgut it is all whether or not you like them.

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    ryeguy28 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    payed 8$PP .....

    they dont realy look like green botton polyps mine are super neon colored compared 2 those

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    Those are: Green Implosions! I have em too. You can also find them on: CoralPedia.com
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    ryeguy28 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    yea thats the same awnser that i got on another site

    i payed 8$ pp lol * palms face and crys

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryeguy28 View Post
    yea thats the same awnser that i got on another site

    i payed 8$ pp lol * palms face and crys
    Sorry you got took~I paid 8 for 5~do you buy from online sellers? If you do, p.m. me and I can recommend a great seller that I've been dealing with for 8months~prices are great and his shipping is cheap.
    Oh yeah~they grow like crazy~you'll actually see them leave the plug~it's pretty cool.
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    ryeguy28 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    yeah i know there super fast growers lol

    i bought them from preuss

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    ^ shoulda gotten them for $8 for the whole frag....

    Pretty cool polyp though. I have some in my tank! Like them!

    Rye- no need to get me a frag- already have some- thx for the offer though!

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    ryeguy28 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    to bad lol

    i like them so im not to bad lol

    Chris - still gonna get me those zoas if i only have the gsp to trade ?

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    Those are definetly not nuclear greens, i have what you have and i always thought those to be green buttons. I have tons of nuclear greens and i sell them for $5 dollars a polyp.

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