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captnHaddock

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1)
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2)
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3)
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captnHaddock

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my LFs told me that number one was acropora nobilis, and number two, humilis... but it's sound strange, so I post here for a better identification...
 

10810

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Pretty sure I have the same piece as your #3
The pic at the bottom left on page 380 of Corals of the World (A. caroliniana) looks just about right, although it says they are found on the upper reef slope?? Here’s a pic of mine.
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captnHaddock

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<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=8097150#post8097150 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by 10810
Pretty sure I have the same piece as your #3
The pic at the bottom left on page 380 of Corals of the World (A. caroliniana) looks just about right, although it says they are found on the upper reef slope?? Here’s a pic of mine.
DeepwaterAcro.jpg


caroliniana are slow growers?
 

NuclearReefs

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<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=8101189#post8101189 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by captnHaddock
And what are the differences between prostrata and milli?

Thanks!

Coralite structure on prostrata is like half a circle very defined, very hard to tell sometime..

1# prostrata
2# prostrata
3# caro..... definatley from bali..
 
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