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I picked this piece up from a friend of mine a little over a year ago. He had it in his tank for years and it never really grew. I couldn’t remember where he picked it up at. I was hoping someone else could look at it and see if they recognized what this piece is. Does it have a name or an originator?
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It has a green/yellow base with red polyps. The branches are more of a blue/green.
 
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I picked this piece up from a friend of mine a little over a year ago. He had it in his tank for years and it never really grew. I couldn’t remember where he picked it up at. I was hoping someone else could look at it and see if they recognized what this piece is. Does it have a name or an originator?
4828BB64-90DA-4D46-8770-71E13BA9D55B.jpeg

It has a green/yellow base with red polyps. The branches are more of a blue/green.
Post a pic with polyps retracted so we can see radial corallite details and arrangement.
 
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I was able to retract the polyps on part of it and get an over head but I feel it’s not that great. But you can see the blue tips going into a red/yellow/green branch.
 

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