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Old 11-08-2011, 05:21 PM   #61
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I think that is why I like the SW tank so much. The only living things in the house that listen to me without talking back. Even the two dogs and the cat talk back to me. I feel like Rodney Dangerfield.
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:25 PM   #62
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I think that is why I like the SW tank so much. The only living things in the house that listen to me without talking back. Even the two dogs and the cat talk back to me. I feel like Rodney Dangerfield.
Lol. I know the feeling. I have two dogs (a siberian husky and a poodle) and three children (one being my husband). The fish are the only peaceful thing in the house
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:37 PM   #63
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I want the blue reef chromis- but a school would be a little expensive. I have some blue green chromis that were 4$ each. My wallet liked them better.

Great buys. Can't wait to see them. Which zoas did you get? I have a couple of assorted rocks. My favorite zoas are radioactive dragon eyes and poker chips.
On LA they are just called "Colony Polyp, Green". They are pretty much teal/lime green in the center with a dark brown/black outside. I'm basing this off the photo online, mine haven't opened up yet.

I added my feather duster in to compare the size.
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Very nice! Zoas are fun. There are websites out there just dedicated to them. There are some really expensive ones as well. My husband wants the Miami vice and the superman zoas next.
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These are the Miami vice zoas...
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:43 PM   #66
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These are the Miami vice zoas...
Wow, those look really nice! I am a big fan of Zoas myself!
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:45 PM   #67
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When I get my Biocube I am ordering like 5 zoa frags on Atlantic Sea Farms haha. They are just so easy/colorful/fun.
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When I get my Biocube I am ordering like 5 zoa frags on Atlantic Sea Farms haha. They are just so easy/colorful/fun.
Yes- an added bonus to zoas is they grow super fast so you can trade frags or sell them to the LFS. Best way IMO is to put a small rock next to your colony and let them grow onto that rock. Then pull out the rock and you are done! Lol
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Those are all great combos! Zoas really are a great coral, there are so many types too!
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I love my little frag of blue snapping Xeina I can watch them for hours which means I get nothing done! lol...

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