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Is this a Dendro or a sun coral???


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    Quote Originally Posted by iamonlyme View Post
    The first post is a sun coral the second a dendro a suns tentacles are a more solid color where a dendro is more translucent
    That's what I thought
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    are these as hard to keep as blueberry georgonians? Id like a dendro, but havent had much success with other non photosynthetic coral like the blueberry georgonian.

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