Morph Split

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  1. daveH

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    My green/blue morph has been splitting over the past 48 hrs and is nearly separated.
    I bought it as a flufffy morph but was told the other day at the LFS that it wasn't a fluffy morph, not fluffy enough.
    They said what they though it was but I wasn't listening.

    Can anyone do an ID on it?

    I'm glad it split because it's now given the small one that was almost underneath it room to grow.
    It's hard to capture it's true colour scheme, base of the green is a bright blue. Really nice coral.

    This it when I got it.
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    This is it just prior to splitting
    fluffy2.jpg
    And just about split
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  2. Agent M

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    Rhodactis sp.
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  3. daveH

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    Yeah . . that's the word they used.
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    Is that what they call a persian rug?
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    Aaaaannndd . . it's off and running.

    morph-split.jpg
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    Agreed, and in my book that makes it a fluffy. Its like getting told your Ocellaris isnt a nemo.
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    Rhodactis indosinensis
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    I have these too! Now I know what they are called. Show off ;)
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    A friend of mine wrote his dissertation classifying corallimorpharians, that's how I knew what they were.
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