paly ??

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    valasaraptor Proud ocelot owner!

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    its the brown thing attached to the zoas
     

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    That would be my guess, polyp, paly...defintly not a zoa lol...nice lookin frag btw
     
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    Yep, looks like a button polyp (paly).
     
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    thanks it was a lot brighter and open but my engineer goby decided it looked better in his lair so they shrunk a little bit and are half closed
     
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    lol...those guys are ruthless, they will burry anything and everything left on the substrate!
     
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    Yes they do
     
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    It's a protopalythoa to be exact.
     
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