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Old 02-13-2015, 02:37 PM   #451
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yup but there just as insane with prices on zoa's , " it's like there made of gold "
LPS is cheaper glad I'm a LPS junkie : d
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Old 02-13-2015, 02:41 PM   #452
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Ya ik! I might be guilty of letting them charge those prices but......if I were you I would post some wanted adds on Craigslist and if you have a local aquarium forum and see what responses you get. I've found you will do really well to find as many local reefers as possible because you always have coral they don't have and they have coral you don't have.


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This Angel had been in a customers reef for over a year with no coral issues. I'm still going back and forth between putting it in the 60g reef cube or the 240g fish-only. This is the pic from eBay...


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Thats a nice looking little fish! I would probably give it a shot in the 60, but its totally your call. At least you have the history on it that it didn't mess with coral.
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good point
There's quite a few zoas that are actually pretty cheap (radioactive dragon eyes, whammin watermelons, eagle eyes, etc).

Also, with expensive zoas, you make your money back after a month or 2.
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Zoas can go for reasonable prices on eBay, but you have to factor in shipping. I typically buy on eBay from local (or somewhat local) sellers that allow pick-up or offer inexpensive shipping (priority mail equals almost overnight). My local stores all charge outrageous prices and have very little stock, which is unfortunate.


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Ya eBay is nice but I feel like you have to spend at least $150 to make shipping worth it! But if you find a local one that's a great idea! I live in nc so not many local sellers but.


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Got some new zoas! My camera hates blue light so the pics aren't great but I had to shareClick image for larger version

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Radioactive Dragon Eyes, my first zoa. They later begin to take over! Bright color and very hardy for a zoa. That rock they are in looks cool, seems to have good coraline as well.
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