Discussion in 'ID This!' started by N00ZE, Sep 12, 2013.
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I have those ones in the bottom pic. No name was given and they spread out fast.
#2 looks like it could be watermelon.
You could use a zoa ID site such as CoralPedia.com :: Zoanthids, Palys
ok.1. Zoanthus SPP
top ones are from Samoa Islands or east pacific . They like cool (76-79 degrees) rough (not hard or fast) waters and intense light, but will do ok (Slow grow in less flow and light.) The names are all made up. Its Zoanthus SPP for sure. just frag it to a rock and forget about it.
ok. 2 PPE Zoanthus SP
These are the most common Zoa out in the hobby. Med light, so they extend just a bit so they will stagger, any flow and forget about them. online they call them Purple people eaters. PPE
++side note++ if you want large discs keep them just a bit under lite so they trumpet. then once a large colony has formed frag them to a higher spot and they will be awesome..
Looks lie the first may have spiders. a lot of flat polyps with others standing tall. maybe, maybe not.
Bottom are Radio Active Dragon Eyes.
Separate names with a comma.