Zoanthid pic thread.... Let's see em'

Discussion in 'Soft Corals' started by missionsix, Dec 30, 2008.

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  1. missionsix

    missionsix Super Moderator Staff Member

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    The aggressiveness will vary from zoa to zoa. I have some that will seemingly grow overnight.
     
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  3. calli

    calli Plankton

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    Ok ... nice.. now what about placement...
     
  4. Annie3410

    Annie3410 Teardrop Maxima Clam

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    depends on your lights. I have PCs, so my zoas are mid to high. Most like higher flow. I have heard that the smaller their tenticle thingys, the higher flow they like.... the longer the tenticles, they can do ok in lower flow.... i think i got that right.
     
  5. calli

    calli Plankton

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    Yes but do you just set them somewhere.. Say they come on a frag plug? just set it down somewhere?
     
  6. Triplemom

    Triplemom Pajama Cardinal

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    What fantastic pictures!!! Makes....me....want....to.....spend.....money! Nooooooooooooooooo!!!!
     
  7. lunatik_69

    lunatik_69 Giant Squid

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    Wait no longer, but I dont have great looking zoas.

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  9. RHorton

    RHorton Pajama Cardinal

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    The pics aren't the greatest:
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    I fragged them 2 days ago:
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  10. tronb24

    tronb24 Coral Banded Shrimp

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    So when I'm looking at a site like liveaquaria.com and they mention that the temperment of zoas is semi-aggressive (or and any other coral for that matter), does semi-aggressive mean how fast they will multiply in the area that they are place?
     
  11. R34dawn

    R34dawn Ocellaris Clown

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    Awesome looking zoa's guys! mine have been growing some also, will post some pics soon
    I have been battling cyano, but it is under control now ;)
     
  12. missionsix

    missionsix Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I think what they are referring to is a "generalization" of the coral itself.