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Wild acro frag ID.

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I got this wild acro frag two week a go it just starting to color up any idea what color it will be, and if you can ID the frag.
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kevinpo

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I can't tell what color it may turn but it might be A. tenuis or A. pulchra. Both tend to have cream or yellow overall coloration in bright light with blue tips and corallite lips that are also colored. The picture below is what I believe to be A. pulchra. A. tenuis is slightly larger but similarly colored.

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Kevin
 

Illusion

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Kevin,

I have what are both supposed to be A. Pulchra and A. Tenius... That looks like the Tenius... The A. Pulchra from what I reckon and have been told looks pretty close but longer Polyps... Where as the Tenius has Smaller polyps... I will try and get a picture Of both later if I can... Busy moving stuff around today..

James
 

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The mouther colony the frag was from is three color i'm goin to get a better picture.
 
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