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Old 03-26-2004, 11:22 PM   #1
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Zoo Propagation

I have a colony of zoos and I want to attach them to a another piece of rock, how will I do it? Any tips? Thanks

Look by the snail where those few polyps are opening, U can see some purple plastic looking material
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Old 03-27-2004, 12:22 AM   #2
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I use superglue gel to attatch zoos.
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I place a small rock next to the colony and let them overgrow it.
Doesn't take long.
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Are zoos susposed to have this purpleish rubber type surface they grow on????
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Sounds like you got some star polyps rather than zoos
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Really? They look like button polyps growing over this light purple rubber,gel. Check my gallery at them, they arent open when I took the pic but they have green centers and brown tentacles.
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they look like normal zoos to me.. However if they were open it would be easier to Identify...


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yea, LOL but whats with the rubber that they are growing on and stuff?
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LOL, they don't grow on a mat Yep, zoos and look perfectly normal, but it need further investegation, send them to me and I'll give a full report on their exact identification and care...when I send them back
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t is just part of the coral.
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