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Wrasseman!
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Here is that table-ish acro i was telling you about. Got a id on it?



Its the closest thing I have to a table acro in my tank. I dont know what it is but i know I like it.
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I don't think it's a tut....I have a tut and its corallites are very different from Randy's pics. Looking at the radial corallites with the flared edges....I say it is a tenius....that's doing some weird branch fusing for some reason.

The problem with coral id's is that the unnatural flow and light in our systems can cause corals to exhibit growth patterns that are not necessarily found in nature. It's probably more accurate to just focus on the corallite structure and not so much on growth form.

My final answer......."What is a green acropora that's too good for Randy ?"
 

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man give it another 6 months and you will probably be able to tell better, a lot depends on how much those branches decide to continue fusing together.. i am liking tutielensis as a possibility if they keep fusing, if they stay more open it would be something else...

im liking cytheria if the branches don't fuse completely like the tutie
 

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Nah, i dont think its a Tootie (tutie) it would have roller skates, braces and a best friend named Mrs. Garrett. :lol:
 
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