Trading Green Branching Plate

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  1. Dr. Zoos

    Dr. Zoos Member

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    I accidentally knocked one of my plates off of the cluster so I now have a green plate with a skeleton about the size of a frag plug inflates to almost a loonie that I would like to trade for some type of lps. Ideally I’d love a dendro but shoot me a pm and let me know what you have to offer. And yes it is a branching green short tentacle plate coral
     

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  2. yveterinarian

    yveterinarian Super Active Member

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    The branch will grow another plate soon. The plates always fall off when they get to a certain size. The plates continue to grow in size after they have fallen off the parent. Once the plate falls off it does not branch, only the parent is branching (I suspect because of the way I tried to secure it to a rock when it was little with an elastic and that somehow caused it to split and branch)
     
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  3. Josh

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    look a free bristleworm too!
     
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  4. Dr. Zoos

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    Thanks @yveterinarian I was going to credit you for the corals origin.
     
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    yveterinarian Super Active Member

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    I recognized it as soon as I saw the picture. It is rather distinctive isn't it? :) Glad it is doing well for you. Also wanted to let the potential recipients of your plate know that the plate won't branch but will get much larger.
     

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