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  1. Beginner

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    Good Morning
    Can anyone ID this, so i can research it? My husband loves it, but would like to find out more abt it first.
    Tks Coral.jpg

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  3. Lord_Blackadder

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    It's a very nearly dead fox coral (Nemenzophyllia).
     
  4. Wes

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    Yip, fox coral that doesnt look like its going to make it...
     
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    I'd go with Blackadder he's never really wrong ;)

    Just looked like a deflated bubble to me ...
     
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    Oh dear, Thanks though for the ID!
    Trying to figure out what coral to stock, so many options.
     
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    Agreed.. Fox Coral in not a healthy state
     
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