ZOA ID : Pink lemonade or something??

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  1. nessjosh

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    Any idea what these yellow skirted zoas are.. There is also a set of 3 with red or pink middles right below to right of them, any idea what those are as well.
    For color reference the ones on the left are Green Bay Packers.

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    I've got some very simliar. I call them ice blue with green skirts.
     
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    These are my pink lemonades.. Or atleast what I call them

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    People just seem to name them whatever they choose when it gets in their tank which tends to make it very hard to Id them also many tanks seem to morph colors under different color spectrums so it's hard to find an exact name if you are trying to trace linage. If your soul purpose is for you to know what they are I would say the closest thing is evil Mel's green skirt by looking at all the collections on zoaid.com if you are looking to become a well liked zoanthids seller your best bet would be to post unedited pictures state what color the lighting was, how fast of a grower they are and let the market speak for itself. From what I have seen The brighter the zoanthids the higher the price, the slower they grow the higher the price. Hope this helps, you have a pretty nice looking colony there!


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