Let's see some of those soft corals!!!!

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  1. nayrgaijin

    nayrgaijin Aquaculture Advocate R2R Supporter

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    Post pictures!

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    nayrgaijin Aquaculture Advocate R2R Supporter

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    Awesome photos Kraylen! :waaaht:
     
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    Thank you sir!
     
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    **** those are awesome... Mine aren't nearly as nice. Crappy camera, new tank with small cheap frags but here goes.

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    I have one leather coral.

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    Big colony.

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    Nice RPE colony, Brad.

    Here are some of my softies.

    Blue Ridge. Technically an octocoral...
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    This one is actually purplish (compared to the straight brown of most blue ridge)
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    Sinularia/Nephthea-same polyp structure and growth as what I'm calling Nephthea. Has some undertones of colors that are underappreciated.
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    Some grandis
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    ORA green polyp toad v. Tyree green polyp toad (side by side for over five months in second pic=Tyree behind ORA).
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    Pulsing Sinluaria
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    Not sure what kind of softie this is. Stays pretty compact.
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    Electric Blue Cespitularia
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    Only coral I've seen increase this dramatically in coloration under sun or flash.
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    Some sort of Xenia. Heteroxenia? Looks like a toadstool with Xenia polyps coming out of the top.
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    Pale Green Sinularia
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    Neon Green Nephthea
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    Evil Anthelia...
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    Have some others in my wife's tank, and various other places. It's being upgraded this week, so I'll work on some pics when I've got it set up.
     
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    Sinularia


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    Rasta Sinularia
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    Blue Colt
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    yellow leather
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    zoa

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    drooling:)
     
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    Devil's Hand about the size of a mini basketball--

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    Old Colt Coral that got too big and had to be traded--

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    The party in your mouth.
    was sold to me as a green kenya, but i think it might be sinularia
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    I don't have individual soft coral pictures, just one of all of them.




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    Dude, I like those! Next obvious question; do you frag them?
     
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    A few things of mine...

    Golden Flame Cloves--just recently taken a liking to these as they finally colored up in my tank.
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    Orange/Blue Yuma
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    Star Polyps
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    Forestfire Cloves
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    Pink Watermelon Yuma
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    Some other Yuma having a snack
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    A bunch of blue rics
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    Blue R. sanctithomae
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    Wow, it feels wierd; if you take away my palys/zoas, I don't have that many softies...
     
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    Ooh, I forgot about my ric garden. Duh, and it's staring right at me across the room...

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    Cool shot with just a 403nm Stunner strip
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    I got out of softies, and am slowly getting back into zoas...maybe.. I dunno, some are really cool so I may attempt to keep some more when the prop tank is up and starfish free!
     
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    I believe that is a carlgreni.. they get HUGE and amazing!
     
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