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Old 12-14-2014, 08:12 PM   #361
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You have a few Hawaiian zoas
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On mine? Which one(s)?
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Hi guys, does anyone know what these full hot pinks are called? They're much brighter than any other zoa or coral I've ever seen. They're from Cairns, Australia
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I dunno but I want them frag and send to WA?

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Hey Daryl, might do soon, just put in the tank today so will see how they go 😉 might swap- you guys have some great blues!
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On mine? Which one(s)?
Most of the speckled ones are usually Hawaiian, I believe.
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That's a nice colony!

There are a large number of "Hawaiian" ones!!!
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They're just button polyps. They were stressed in that pic they've filled in a lot better since then


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