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Best shot I could get with the phone and under blue LED.

The middle is dark blue almost black and the mouth and outer firnge is bright yellow. They just showed up on this frag of pinks I got awhile ago.
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hard to see from the pic but maybe yellow jackets. there is not a lot out there I have seen with a yellow skirt. Nice one to get as a hitch hiker.
 

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Agreed, nice hitch hiker...did it come on one of the plugs from rp? Maybe Andy would know. Maybe you'll get a morph of the blues and pinks and then you could name them and sell then for big $$ to the polyp collectors
 

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I don't think it's a yellow jacket. The blue is solid not like the pictures on coralpedia.

I picked this up at either the Flint or Cranbrook swap, I don't remember. It would be cool if it morphed with the pinks:victory:
 

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If you leave it, they eventually will. It's def not a yellow jacket,I have a colony of them if they didn't melt. I don't look at my polyps anymore lol. Btw you need to stop by and see some of the chalices I got, got a huge new one that I think is going to color up nicely
 

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Sweet hitchhiker! Would be bad *** if they morphed. I have some Pink Zippers that I am trying to get to grow into Orange Bam Bams..lol As for melting, didnt know they did until I had a couple polyps of this insane orange skirted one just disapear over the course of several days, *****.
 

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Zs n Ps are funny like that. I've had several melt for no reason. I am in the process of my utter chaos after almost a year. Down to 1 single polyp that's on it's way out. Have several friends that had their uc melt too.
 

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If you leave it, they eventually will. It's def not a yellow jacket,I have a colony of them if they didn't melt. I don't look at my polyps anymore lol. Btw you need to stop by and see some of the chalices I got, got a huge new one that I think is going to color up nicely
This information is false. Those polyps will never "morph" together. The main reason being that they are not even the same species.....
 
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