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Can someone tell me what kind of polyps these are? They are quite large and grow aggressively. They are growing right over the top of my favite even. It's kind of a pretty green blue, but also kind of dull and washed out in certain light. Are these just the super common polyps that travel on live rock and are basically worthless or are these considered of any value?

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They are a common play.  I think some people call them seafoam palys. They tend to overgrow and take over other corals so be careful.

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Death to the death palys! Invader of frags and gooey mucous on rocks.

They cover a bare spot quickly but I rank a lvl 1 for beginners on keeping them alive

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 I agree with Emerald.Sea foam Palys also known as Texas Trash, not worth much.They are great for use in Predatory fish tanks or with Non-reef safe fish.These Palys also make a nice addition to a sump .

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1 hour ago, kireek said:

 I agree with Emerald.Sea foam Palys also known as Texas Trash, not worth much.They are great for use in Predatory fish tanks or with Non-reef safe fish.These Palys also make a nice addition to a sump .

Ha ha I have never heard them called Texas Trash. I like that name better!

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