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FS: Torch, elegance, nepthea, zoas

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Local pickup in Burbank 91502. Can be flexible on meeting place around OC/IE depending on purchases/location.

Torch (Dark green w/ light green tips). Large trunk around 2" in diameter with 3 heads - $120

Elegance (aqua green w/ pink tips). Around 8-9" inches fully open. Has tripled in size over past year. - $130

Neon green nepthea (Palau I believe) colony. Around 7x7" when open. Smaller frags also available - $50

Rainbow Incinerators/WWC twizzlers (I think). 30+ polyps - $30

Let me know if there are any questions. Thanks.

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just out of curiosity, what's the difference between a green nepthea and a green sinularia? i thought i had a green sinularia, but looking at your pics now i'm wondering. they both look very similar to me.

if you have a smaller frag of the nepthea i'm interested. pm me with price. i'm in 91601 (toluca).
 
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just out of curiosity, what's the difference between a green nepthea and a green sinularia? i thought i had a green sinularia, but looking at your pics now i'm wondering. they both look very similar to me.

if you have a smaller frag of the nepthea i'm interested. pm me with price. i'm in 91601 (toluca).

I'm not an expert but sinularia and nepthea are all from the same family as I understand it, and I always thought it came down to the shape of the polyp. It's a minute difference though so I don't know how constructive determining the difference is.

I will say this is the brightest neon green specimen of any sinularia/nepthea that I've seen in the hobby. It has also survived all my nutrient and water parameter swings that killed many other corals in the past.
 
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