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Old 03/30/2010, 07:29 PM   #151
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time span is about a year.

and i did move them to a different spot



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Old 04/10/2010, 04:57 PM   #152
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Pink Zippers are doing thier thing.. started off with a single


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Old 04/13/2010, 10:27 AM   #153
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Awesome! Just picked up some great looking zoas hope they spread pretty quick


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Old 04/16/2010, 06:40 PM   #154
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Some more RH growth... mat is spreading.. left nub about to bloom


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Old 04/16/2010, 09:09 PM   #155
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great pictures.....makes me want to stop fraggin mine and let stuff sit and just grow!!! LOL.....


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Old 04/18/2010, 02:42 AM   #156
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Old 04/19/2010, 11:13 AM   #157
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I know this isn't a zoa, but shows nice growth:


Nov 09


Dec 09:


Mar 10
Original frag plug:

Second mini colony:

Halo zoas in the back:



Here you can see the digitata in the top center and how much it has grown/branched:



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Old 05/04/2010, 04:29 PM   #158
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RH baby on left about to bloom


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Anyone have any updates since you last posted? I love growth pics


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Old 09/23/2010, 01:00 PM   #160
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mwl what type of lighting you using?


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Old 09/26/2010, 06:45 PM   #161
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These are some of the most gorgous tanks i have ever seen! I hope to accomplish this one day, i just got my first salt water tank and have nothing in it what so ever so far, i can only imagine how amazing it would feel to have a tank that some of u guys have!


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Old 05/23/2011, 04:36 PM   #163
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I'm fairly new to caring for corals and zoanthids and had a couple questions regarding keeping zoos on the plugs...is it better to leave them on the plugs or should take them off of the plugs?

Another question i have for experienced reef keepers are the things i need to be careful with or QT advice when getting LPS corals or zoos. Reason im asking is because i lost all my fish to a bad outbreak of Ich and learned the hard way to QT the fish before putting them in the tanks. So if there is anything i should be doing prior to placing them in my tank the advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

One last question...What type of zoos are these anyone?


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Old 05/23/2011, 05:46 PM   #164
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Pink Zippers are doing thier thing.. started off with a single
Mine have grown pretty well also. Maybe 40 polyps now from 3 less than a year ago.

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I'm fairly new to caring for corals and zoanthids and had a couple questions regarding keeping zoos on the plugs...is it better to leave them on the plugs or should take them off of the plugs?

Another question i have for experienced reef keepers are the things i need to be careful with or QT advice when getting LPS corals or zoos. Reason im asking is because i lost all my fish to a bad outbreak of Ich and learned the hard way to QT the fish before putting them in the tanks. So if there is anything i should be doing prior to placing them in my tank the advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

One last question...What type of zoos are these anyone?
It would be best to dip everything you buy in an iodine based dip just to be safe. Zoa eating nudibranchs, among other pests like crabs and such, can hitchhike into your system on the frags.

As far as the plug, I think that is just preference. Some think its more natural to not use them... I just wait for them to grow over and you don't see it. Then you can cut around the plug and trade them if you want really easy.


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They're growing on the front glass now and I can't reach them in the middle/bottom of the tank because of no front access (inwall system).
I was going to read this entire thread before posting but I got to this picture and just HAD to post. AMAZING!!!!!


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Old 04/02/2012, 01:54 PM   #166
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Much of the lower half of my tank is fully grown in. love them zoas.

Again... Amazing... updated pics? I know this thread is quite old...


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Old 09/07/2018, 10:11 AM   #167
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This thread is old and some of the growth links don't work. Sooo, quick question...what growth rate should I see with 2 AI Hydra 26 LEDs over a 45 (tall) gallon? Thanks!!!!


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