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Discussion in 'DBTC - Zoas' started by 650-IS350, Mar 18, 2011.
I've got a frag ready to go. They are really nice under high light.
The frag I got has grown like crazy! I got about 40 polyps now and will give 3 nice frags to those interested. Let me know if you'd like one.
2 frags available for Saturday
I'm game to try this one.
Create an island for them
see you at the meeting.
+1 on the island bit. I originally did that because they had a bit too much brown for my liking, and I figure anything brown will grow like a weed, sure as hell was right on that.
Funny though in my LED tank I had them in they stretched out like crazy, moved them under halides and they're almost flat to the rock now.
Everyone knows I lke building rocky stuff...an island it is! Actually, it is a magnetic mounted island for the overflow...
I'm down if it's not to much trouble. Andrew
Andrew, I have a frag available. Shoot me a PM.
I'd like to add something to my 29G if there are any?
Have some in SF - Lots of people have them available so take your pick of whoever's closest
I have a single polyp frag in Watsonville. Can drop off in San Jose once in a while.
I have a ton of them and my decorator urchin keeps covering himself with them. I can prob give you 10 or so polyps. I live in Glen Park here in SF.
Im in Millbrae and would like to add them to my tank
TankGuy I can bring some with me to work in SSF @ Genentech just pick up from me there.
Gave away a bunch today. Anybody else want?
I'd be interested. Palys and Zoas are doing really well in my tank but I wouldn't consider it pristine SPS type water (but I'm also very picky about what pristine is). If you think that is ok I'd like to help grow these out.
I must say, I have these and other pink & gold zoa strains/morphs.
Seems they grow quick and get to plague-ish proportions.
It's a great newbie or low maintenance tank zoa.
Yes most pink zoanthids/palys are fast growers.
throw in the brown aspect and you have zombie plague like growth!