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3D scanned coral, some type of Pavona?

Discussion in 'Name that Critter' started by AleG, Jul 21, 2017.

  1. AleG

    AleG Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Bangkok, Thailand
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    I made a few test 3d scanning corals in situ, off the coast of small island in the Gulf of Thailand, I just uploaded one of the 3D scans and I was a little stumped when I tried to name it, I think it's a member of the Pavona genus; any ideas?

    I'll see if I can embed the 3D scan here, if not please follow this link to Sketchfab: Pavona Coral by CaptainObvious - download 3D model

    [sketchfab]56651863b1a34eaa9f9255716ca7a2df[/sketchfab]
    Pavona Coral by CaptainObvious on Sketchfab
     
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  2. AleG

    AleG Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Bangkok, Thailand
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    Alright, embedding doesn't work (boo-hoo), here's another one in need of ID. Small, about, perhaps, 30cm in height, shallow water, also at the same location as the previous one.
    Coral by CaptainObvious - 3D model
     

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