Stratosphere Variations

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Hello, curious, how many variations of strats are there? I have the following and the color and shapes are different. Is there a price difference on the variation? I see the yellow and purple posted more. Thanks.
 

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Looks cool. There are probably lots of variations in the wild. I think strats are a certain way, and that's how it is identified. People just go for named pieces because it is easier to identify, so they command higher prices. But there are lots of variations no names, but people are stuck on names for some reason.
 

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Thank you both. I've always seen the yellow and purple/pink on the market but recently got the green one. So as long as they have the black base and round highlight in the middle they're considered stratospheres? Wasn't aware they have different variations. Thanks again.
 

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No, yours would not be called strats because each named coral is specific featured and should have some lineage. But yours is a variation of it, so it would be considered a no name or just a variation of strat. Price is whatever the buyer will pay. Some people care about names and others don’t.
 

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No, yours would not be called strats because each named coral is specific featured and should have some lineage. But yours is a variation of it, so it would be considered a no name or just a variation of strat. Price is whatever the buyer will pay. Some people care about names and others don’t.
Oh man, so you're saying the green ones aren't strats making the price lower? Thanks.
 

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