What type of polyps are these or are they polyps?

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    what type of polyps are these if they are?
     

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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    Thats Blue Xenia.
    Welcome to the site.
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Yep, xenia.
     
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    Welcome Fishboy. Looks like a nice colony of Blue Xenia at that.
     
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    +1 to all...welcome to the site.
     
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    xenia are fun to watch when they are all pulsing they gots the rythym
     
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    Interesting, it seems the clowns are hosting the Xenia.
     
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    Those dumb clownfish will almost host anything! :lol:
     
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    mcmusashi5 Octopus Wizard

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    true that
     
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    Gdbyrd life's a beach

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    Can you mix different colors of xenia without worrying about them killing eachother? I have a red pulsing, and it'd look sweet to have the red and blue grow and spread together.
     
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    You can mix xenia. They will be fine with each other.
     
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