Id this leave type thing

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  1. RiaanP

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    This is about 15cm high, like a leave with small clusters of spikes. There are 2 smaller ones in the background

    From the top
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    and the side
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    I think that's called a cabbage coral
     
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    I got two big ones, as in the photo's, 4 small to medium ones, as in the backgound. and I found another small 1.5 cm frag. Only had the big ones originally.
     
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    I agree.
     
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    Yip, a cabbage, slow growing coral and gets pissed off easily- have 06 of them in my setup
     

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