Struggling to identify

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  1. shadowz40

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    So I was given these paly's from a friend, and can't seem to figure out what the heck they are. Never seen anything like these before, and they are every bit the size of quarters. Any ideas on what they might be?

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    No idea - but I am first in line if you bring some to the expo dude! ; )
     
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    Look like nuke green palys under really blue lights


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    I actually cranked the white on my LEDs all the way up to get that picture.
     
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    Very cool, the shape/color/proportions look a lot like the nuke greens but maybe it's a morph? Since it glows so much


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    Unde actinics it glows like no tomorrow!!
     
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    Not nuke greens since the center would be mostly solid bright green... Grandis Palythoa is what they are from what I can tell.
     

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