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Reefaholic1978
12/15/2015, 12:13 PM
Hello to all. New to the forum but have been reading all kinds of previous post and have gained alot of knowledge, thanks. But now I need help in identifying a few sps but I wanna start with this acropora. .. what is it and any information on care. Thanks in advance.

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SoloGarth
12/15/2015, 12:15 PM
Most Acros have the same care requirements. There are some that look better under lower light conditions but those are the minority.

When asking for help identifying please try to get a decent picture of the coral. Anyone who gives you an id based on a pic like that is making it up.

Reefaholic1978
12/15/2015, 01:21 PM
Ok thanks. I'll get a better pic uploaded when I get home from work.

Reefaholic1978
12/15/2015, 04:21 PM
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I hope these are better pics, it's the best I can do [emoji45]

twon8
12/15/2015, 04:23 PM
It's a green slimer.

Reefaholic1978
12/15/2015, 04:36 PM
Thanks for the quick reply, I appreciate that.

Reefaholic1978
12/15/2015, 04:53 PM
Four more pieces and I will be good. Thanks again.

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Reefaholic1978
12/15/2015, 09:15 PM
Any assistance with identification would be wonderful

Reefaholic1978
12/16/2015, 10:30 AM
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C.Eymann
12/16/2015, 10:42 AM
Its hard to tell without up close detailed pics.

However here are my guesses

1.A.cytherea
2.A. millepora or prostrata
3.A. tenuis
4. possibly another millie, can't be sure.

Also the first green one you posted, the green slimer is most likely A. yongei

Reefaholic1978
12/16/2015, 10:44 AM
Its hard to tell without up close detailed pics.

However here are my guesses

1.A.cytherea
2.A. millepora or prostrata
3.A. tenuis
4. possibly another millie, can't be sure.

Also the first green one you posted, the green slimer is most likely A. yongei
Thanks alot on the response, will do research now. Thanks again [emoji106]