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kevinpo

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Could also be Stylophora pistillata. Small frags are very hard to ID. As they grow into larger colonies it becomes somewhat easier :)
Both the genus of Pocillopora and Stylophora come from the Family of Pocilloporidae with many speicies and growth forms that are highly variable.

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Kevin
 

mattj206

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Looks Like one of the Green Stylo. Frags going around

Northwest Aquaculture Grows Them For Sale To Shops

They Also Offer A Pink Stylo.

They Can Live In Low Light (for an SPS)
 
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