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Have a few corals I traded for a while back and never knew the name. Wondering if anyone might have a guess.

thanks for any help.

first… this was actually a freebie sent to me by an online vendor. Polyps look like a birds nest but this frag is very thick and slow growing unlike a birds nest.

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Next. An acro that is very fast growing with crazy polyp extension. Got a tiny frag about a year ago and guy had no idea what it was.

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last is an acro I’ve had for about 18 months. I believe the guy who gave me a frag said it was Miami orchid but I’m not so sure.

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