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Discussion in 'Zoanthids' started by mlukymattt, Jan 26, 2013.
there's always that possiblity once it is in your tank. For now don't worry about it and enjoy your new addition :beerchug:
Very nice palys! I know what Ray is talking about, I have bought paly's and zoas that have morphed to totally different colors from when I bought them and others that have stayed the same. It's a shot in the dark on them and one of the reasons I don't spend the bucks for the ultra expensive ones (the other is my wife would KILL me!) But now that you have, put me on your list for a future frag for sure just not at 170.00 a polyp please, lol!
As Ray said depending on lighting and conditions Zoanthids and Paly's will/can morph and change coloration.
Those are amazing zoanthids hope they maintain that coloration, would be a site to see a colony of those!
Those are sick looking. I wouldn't mind a frag of that
Sick! Looks like a mix between space monsters and rastas. Space Rastas.
Very beautiful paly, hope you get exponential propagation so that you can sell these puppies exponentially less then what you paid for it.
Arrived today in one piece and not frozen...Very cool zoas..Now if I just don't kill them!:lookaround:
lets see some pics!!
Matt hurry up and post a picture.
Picture already please. What is taking so long? :biglaugh2:
Oh my! Is that a baby polyp I see in between the hallucination and the darth maul?
Ray... cant a guy have his moment for once...lol
Love the new purchase, I wish you good luck with it :bow:
Also great to see you fragged up some polyps of the other (did you name them yet) awesome zoa you showed us recently :beerchug:
looks great, Matt :beerchug:
one would say he beat ya to an uGLY
geez, did everyone forget this post...#22 :gay1:
For that kind of money its way to "UgLy" for me
Pic update...Growing and (fingers crossed) not morphing..