ID My Coral please

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  1. Easy Tiger

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    Hi All,

    Can anyone help me correctly ID this coral please?

    Thanks
     
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    OK image loader didnt work - lets try again ...

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    Awesome thanks - I think the Pagoda is the mountanous/ridged variety, it grows in a series of waves ( sort of W cross section ). Any advice on how to mount it? Its pretty big, at the moment it's resting on rock but I can see the underside is getting irritated by contact with the rock. Thanks again
     
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    I have exactly the same pagoda cup as you with a pale greenish color.
    Its probably the hardiest lps on this planet!!!
    While diving at sodwana bay, ive seen one colony of about 3m in diameter...

    Why dont you frag it & glue the frag to your rocks? The easiest way is with a dremel. (It was the only way i could succesfully mount mine)
     
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