Please help ID a WWC frag

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  1. Joshua Telles

    Joshua Telles Well-Known Member Build Thread Contributor

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    I picked up a couple frags from the WWC guys who came to the coral farmers market event in Saratoga, CA. a couple weeks ago and I've forgotten the name of one of the corals I bought. I was hoping someone could help me out please? I'll attach a pic. The big guy from WWC said put it in low light, like 200 par. So it keeps its color.
    Thank you,
    Joshua
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    Spongodes montipora or anacropora is my guess. Nice coral.
     
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    Looks like Anacropora to me.
     
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    Vote spongodes.
     
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    Anacropora
     
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    Slimeball anacropora
     
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    Looks like spongodus aka confusa. Ora coral.
     
  8. Joshua Telles

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  9. wish

    wish Well-Known Member R2R Supporter

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    You can contact them and send them a pict!
    Just send them a pm.
     
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    Its wwc slimeball anacropora. I have it.;)
     
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    Definitely the anacropora.
     
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    It's definitely spongeodes. I have a lot of this. Fast grower that encrusts a lot. Put it on its own rock or you may be chiseling it off down the road.
     
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    Looks just like the slimeball I got from them at rap ny
     
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    [​IMG] it's a Slimeball Anacapora. love the coral
     
  15. jsker

    jsker Reefing is all about the adventure R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Reef Squad Leader Build Thread Contributor Article Contributor

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    Started with one, now I have three slimball arcos. They have grown well and fast for me.
     
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  16. Joshua Telles

    Joshua Telles Well-Known Member Build Thread Contributor

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    Wow, that is awesome, great picture!
     

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