Grafting cyphastrea

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  1. Fish Boss

    Fish Boss Supporting Member

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    image.jpg So first off, my coral on the right is meteor shower cyphastrea pretty sure the one on the left is a green with purple polyp cyphastrea, and the one in the middle has smaller polyps, so it might be a stylocoeniella, but I'm not sure, what do you guys think? Also, I had all of these guys shaded, they had nice polyp extension, but lost some color, so now I have them in low light. Finally, when these guys grow off the plug, I'm going to put a piece of each on a rock, and see if they graft. If they don't graft, I guess it will be cool seeing which one wins Thoughts?
     
  2. Kensington Reefer

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    You're the boss
    Do it
     
  3. Coral reefer

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    There will be a winner and three losers. That includes Erin though
     
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