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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.)

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    Thanks to all the guys at Trop. I love this guy. Open and eating cyclops.

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    Cool...what is it?

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    I'm 99 percent sure it is a Eleutherobia. 1% chance it us a Paraminabea. I need to see the polyps out in a day or so. Either way very cool.

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    The right side up gorg, or the upside down yellow cool nps coral? I am betting the upside down one.

    Sweet piece!

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    What makes you 99% sure it is Elutherobia vs Minabea Alderslade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    The right side up gorg, or the upside down yellow cool nps coral? I am betting the upside down one.

    Sweet piece!
    Hi Pat, the upside down nod for sure. The gorg is a diodigorga.

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    What makes you 99% sure it is Elutherobia vs Minabea Alderslade?
    Well I can't be 100 percent sure but it looks like the pictures and the polyps stick out 1/2 from the coral. Not in this picture but I have seen them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyCoral View Post
    What makes you 99% sure it is Elutherobia vs Minabea Alderslade?
    Well I can't be 100 percent sure but it looks like the pictures and the polyps stick out 1/2 an inch from the coral. Not in this picture but I have seen them. In a Minabea the polyps are tight to the coral. Rumor mill has it you might have some yellow ones also? Your red ones are nice looking.

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    Wow sweet looking. It will bring some nice color to your tank.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Those corals look happy.

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