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Old 03-05-2012, 12:05 AM   #1
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Fruit Loop Zoas?

I have been keeping an eye out for some Fruit Loop Zoas and just can't seem to find anyone selling them at a reasonable price. Those that are selling are ridiculously high. Anyone know anyone selling them?
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Old 03-05-2012, 12:11 AM   #2
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Yeah that is as close to reasonable as I have been able to find. It is hard to bring myself to spend close to $80 (including shipping) on a 3-5 polyp frag.
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Thats the reason I don't have blue tubbs zooas. The only thing I must have one day but I can't spend an obscene amount on just a couple polyps. It's just on principle. LOL
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Old 03-05-2012, 12:26 AM   #5
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those blue tubbs are nice! I have something similar (somewhat). WebShare: ZoaFrags_1
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Wow very nice! I have like 8 polyps of a blue zoo, they are kinda small so not sure how blue they really are. lol
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I really wanted a Green Tip Toadstool from liveaquaria, but I would not have bought anything else. It would have been like $75 for a 1-2 inch frag.

If you live in VA, atlanticseafarms.net has some really cheap (all are around $15) and colorful frags of zoas. They ship to anywhere in the US ($20 shipping in VA, because they're located in Norfolk) I haven't ordered from them yet, but I will soon.
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I am actually located in Florida so saltwaterfish has a $14.99 shipping deal here. Of course nobody has a shipping deal and a good price on exactly the frags I want (when I want them). Just my luck.

Wish I could do just a tank of those zoas I am looking for since they seem to sell good!
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