Wild Zoas

Discussion in 'Soft Corals' started by Damsels R Cool, May 15, 2010.

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  1. Damsels R Cool

    Damsels R Cool Millepora

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    negative 1 feet at low tide yes they were out of the water
     
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  3. Damsels R Cool

    Damsels R Cool Millepora

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    yes if i ever find them
     
  4. sollie7

    sollie7 Millepora

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    ok let me know
     
  5. Damsels R Cool

    Damsels R Cool Millepora

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    Week 1 Day 2 zoas doing good i know i said new pics every week but i got some nice shots today

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  6. ingtar_shinowa

    ingtar_shinowa Giant Squid

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    dude, i think i see six polyps.... ZOMG!~ I didnt realize florida allowed any legal collecting. Thats really cool. I hope they do great for you bud!
     
  7. Travis45

    Travis45 Scooter Blennie

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    When it comes to pets, Florida is pretty insane. Its like the Wild West over there but East..... I'm a huge reptile guru and its pretty crazy what type of reptiles you can own over there, with very easy to get permits. I would love the pet freedom they have but then again Florida had a difficult time counting votes once :-/
     
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  9. WhiskyTango

    WhiskyTango Eyelash Blennie

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    Where'd you find them? Depth, ledge, patch reef, wreck, direct sun or not, etc etc??


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  10. CoralQueen

    CoralQueen Feather Duster

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    great looking zoas!!! I personally LOVE ZOAS!! totally jealous you can just swim right off shore and get kinds of zoas that others may not be able to even imagine!!! LUCKY DUCK :p
     
  11. Blaz3dup

    Blaz3dup Feather Duster

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    What she said, I'm VERY jealous as well... feel free to PM me if you hit the mother load lol we can work out a buy or trade kinda deal... happy reefing!
     
  12. johnmaloney

    johnmaloney 3reef Sponsor

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    Recreational collection and collection for trade and sale are two completely different licenses. One costs $13.50, the other $50,000+ and hours of work for the state. If you all get into trading keep it off the forum, poaching felonies are serious business in Florida and the fines can be excessive.

    Not that OP said they were selling them or anything like that, please don't think this was directed at you Damsels R Cool, I know you are a stand up hobbyist...Just giving you all a heads up and what you are asking them to do. I don't want to be a jerk or rain on anyone's parade, just posting that info for what it is worth.

    Please don't hate me 3reef! :)

    OP - ric tip of the day - patch reefs 20ft - that is all you get
     
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