Coral id

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  1. Dirkie

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    Id please?

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    last one looks like an Elegance coral
     
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    Second one looks like a type of brain coral. LPS
     
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    1st pic looks like a green candy cane coral
     
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    First is looks like candy cane (caulastrea) but need better picture and second open brain (trachyphillia). Third and fourth is indeed an elegance coral (catalaphillia).
     
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    Can anyone explain why the first photo of the elegance is darker than the second photo of the same elegance? The darker color was taken on the day it was placed in the tank and the lighter photo is day after and stil light for a week now?..
     
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    First photo it was deflated and second photo it is inflated.
     
  12. Krappie

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    Okay so it was stressed and then relax and happy?
     
  13. NJH

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    Exactly.
     
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    Okay wonderfull!! :-D
     
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    Just make sure that when it is fully inflated that it does not rub against any rockwork. They tend to do very poorly when damaged.
     
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    Yep very true and the flesh damage quite easily
     
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