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Very nice Dan. This is Cody. You definitely have quite a few acros I'm going to need LOL but I need to pace myself.
 

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Nice collection! Got some solid pieces in there for sure. What’s up with the break out your wallet mille? Got any updated pics on that? I can’t find much info on it but a few I have seen don’t look like actual millepora but look more like a red planet. Curious what you think.
 
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Nice collection! Got some solid pieces in there for sure. What’s up with the break out your wallet mille? Got any updated pics on that? I can’t find much info on it but a few I have seen don’t look like actual millepora but look more like a red planet. Curious what you think.
Hi, sorry just read this..
I got it from a member here. But yeah, sort of look like red planet in term of growth and color..but somewhat brighter. Im not sure why RMF called it a millie either.
 

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Sorry to do this, but I figured this might be a decent place to ask. Since you seem to really know your acro..what are these guys? I can't remember their names.
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Sorry to do this, but I figured this might be a decent place to ask. Since you seem to really know your acro..what are these guys? I can't remember their names.
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Left one - I have no clue, but looks like some type of millie.
Right one - looks like a bonsai (maybe Garf bonsai, which is the most common).
 

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I remembered the right one. It's a WWC Blueberry Fields. The left ones are millies, but I don't know if they have a name. The green one died, and yellow having a tough time. :(
 

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