What does the "silver branching" type look like? Is this different from the long-polyped type that people often call Xenia elongata? I have both the very pale strongly pulsing Red Sea Xenia (which people sometimes call pink Xenia) and the long polyped type ("Xenia elongata), but the latter is basically brown with a light stripe down each tentacle (and pale stalks) rather than anything that could be called silver. If your silver type is a third type I don't have I'd love to get some from you at some point.I have the red sea white pom pom, and the silver branching. I could bring some to the meeting tonight. Some is on rock, but if you do not care I will bring loose frags.
Let me know:beer:
You could just peel it off or cut it off of that rock and attach it elsewhere..... and the elongated is on rock that is going to be cooked.
You could just peel it off or cut it off of that rock and attach it elsewhere.
(By the way Mary (and this is totally unrelated), those bright green zoanthids you gave me a while back are so nice. They are in a central location in the front bottom of the tank right now and looking incredibly good!)