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i got these a few weeks ago and posted a pic here and was wanting to know what they were. had a few folks saying the pic was kinda bad so here is a better one

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clove polyps?
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Look most like clove polyps to me too.

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Those are def cloves. They come in a few varieties - my favorite being the palm tree cloves.

http://mrcoral.com/g...ile_630_115.jpg

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high light dont bury base it reproduces at base,wacth it puff up during wc.........keep all algae ......macros off of it
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they sure are clove polyps and they look great.

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Thanks so much guys for the quick replys... another question.. do i leave the cloves on the shell i bought them on or do i try to remove and place on my live rock??????? im still really new to the whole saltwater thing and needing help. thanks again