I.D. this frag, please

Fishie Nut

Premium Member
It's really nice. Got it for a song. I'd like to know what it is. I'm not the best photographer, but I'm learning...

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Thanks for the help.
 

Kip

New member
:) ... i made that name up based on what it looked like... sorry.. i was just fooling around

any acro in high light, high flow should be ok as long as it is acclimated to those conditions.
 

10810

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“I'm not the best photographer, but I'm learning...”

Hell you not the worst either!! Great pic, awesome coral.
 

nine9d

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<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=8095560#post8095560 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by Kip
acropora flourogreenicus
:lol: You got me laughin' with that one man.
 

NuclearReefs

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<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=8096714#post8096714 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by menard
I have one similar to that flo. green Acro. Chesterfiedensis

branches look a little thin to be chester i think.. usually chesterfiedensis is thicker .

acro1.jpg


Could be though,, lower flow could make it thiner
 

NuclearReefs

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i dont see any PE.. you have that high up in the tank?
I see some brown on the tips too.. Id think about lowering that if you have it high in the tank...

coralites do look a little like chester in that pic though
 

Fishie Nut

Premium Member
I have it very high. The brown was on it when I got it. It was under high halides. Those spots were already there. I'll watch it. If I have to lower it, I'll do it this weekend
 

cwegescheide

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<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=8100575#post8100575 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by NuclearReefs
coralites arent long enough for tenius...

I concur! It sortof looks like a Tenuis but not quite.
 
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