Please ID this coral :)

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  1. Nickvd

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    Hi guys!
    I got this bad boy from a mate a couple of months ago and i've been searching for it's name ever since...It's the big pink softy in the middle of the pic...it kinda looks like a tree... :thumbup: photo.jpg

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    I posted it side ways...:imsorry:
     
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    Kenya tree...? THAT size?
     
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    yes Kenya tree, Capnella sp.
     
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    Ok sweet thanks!
     
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    yes, they can grow large
     
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    Ide say colt clediella

    I think Kenya tree has more of a tree trunk( longer )and more tapered branches
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    Could be, there is also a Kenya tree Capnella imbricata
    It grows similar to Colt Coral, however, has a dry feel to its tissue, not the slimy feel associated with Colt Coral
     
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