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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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    Default corals








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    anyone know the names of these

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    Of what? Nothing's showing

    sorry must be can't view em on my iPhone. I see em now
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    i see them on there

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    I see them, as for ID's your guess is as good as mine. maybe try the zoa id website?
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    Quote Originally Posted by redemer123 View Post
    I see them, as for ID's your guess is as good as mine. maybe try the zoa id website?
    Nice redemer123 wanna give him the actual name of said wesite? Coralpedia.com
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    Thats the sites name, couldnt recall, figured a quick google search would sort things out lol
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    You could just give em cool names and charge 50 a head like allott of people. Lol

    Really looks like a plain blue zoanthid,sweet pees the brown with orange eye and the the ones with the pink center looks similar to gobstopper type. The plain ones some people call texas trash or just the color with zoanthid after it.Good luck there's so many names for zoanthids and palley's it's just hard to keep up! Honestly as long as you enjoy them is really all that matters. Healthy corals look great regardless of the name.
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