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Old 01-30-2012, 03:21 PM   #11
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My local fish store sells large zoa colonies of like 45-75 for 20-30 very cheap and another one I go to sells 3-4 heads for 30$ so there's always a huge price variation.
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Old 01-30-2012, 03:27 PM   #12
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If no one buys from them because their prices are high, won't that happen anyway?
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Best thing I've found about zoas is the majority of the high priced ones you can get almost identical colors from another type just with a different name..imo your getting scammed if you end up paying the $10-$15 a head that some places ask for
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Here are som of my recent zoa acquisitions:

Eagle eyes ($15 at Atlantic Sea Farms - Atlantic Sea Farms featuring ricordia, zoanthids, palyothoa, LPS, SPS.):


Supposedly "snake" zoas. I bought these blind from satwaterfish.com for I think $15. They flouresce green under my blues, but otherwise I think they're kind of ugly:


$10 (+ buy 3 get one free from Aquatic Obsession in Manassas, VA)


Another $10 (+ buy 3 get one free from Aquatic Obsession.) It's pretty much closed up in this pic because I just moved it and epoxied it in place from having fallen:
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