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Old 08-02-2012, 10:19 PM   #1
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zoa growth

Just got my radioactive dragon eye frag glued to a rock and placed my bam bam zoas in a nook the other day. Just wondering how to make these guys spread or if I can help them in any way. I love these zoas. Plan to get a few more types. Any comments or tips much appreciated or maybe another spectacular looking type i should look into.
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Old 08-02-2012, 10:37 PM   #2
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Wow love them!!

I think you shoudl do sorta what im doin. Take alot of smaller zoa frags and add them to the same general area. When they grow, they will all grow together an like, blend!! Haha
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Thanks. Yea well hopefully I will have a mat of them! There is actually about 5 heads on the bam bam rock that I don't know what kind they are. Same size and yellow and not very florescent at all. You should let me see a pic of what u have going on with yours.
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Nice looking and great idea with putting them all together. I'm hoping to achieve the same as the both of you in my 8g.



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Old 08-03-2012, 12:11 AM   #5
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Nice looking and great idea with putting them all together. I'm hoping to achieve the same as the both of you in my 8g.
SWEET zoas Con. I really wish i could find the BEFORE and AFTER photos on a different forum using this idea. The rock basically looked like a blended rainbow after a year.,beautiful.

Suggestion, space them all out another couple inches from eachother and make sure they are all surrounded by rock for growing purposes
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Thanks. Yea well hopefully I will have a mat of them! There is actually about 5 heads on the bam bam rock that I don't know what kind they are. Same size and yellow and not very florescent at all. You should let me see a pic of what u have going on with yours.
I would but i still need more!! Haha i only have 3 types and 2 are semi colonys so they are too big errrhhhh.

I used to have 4 types...but Kobe the engineer goby decided to bury one lololol
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Yea I need more too. I plan on getting a couple different frags of them soon. Only 2 now with the mystery yellow ones. And I got like 5 yellow polyps too. My Duncan is doing great and growing fast! I can't wait till my zoas do the same
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I love how this one is starting to water fall off the rock
going to look good when it goes
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Nice. What kind are the large ones on top?
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