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Old 01-30-2013, 09:34 PM   #381
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Xenia appears better today!!!
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Old 01-30-2013, 11:05 PM   #382
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Xenia appears better today!!!
That's good! Can I see a picture?
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Old 01-31-2013, 03:57 PM   #383
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I'm not sure you'll be able to tell the difference from the pic. Overall they are just less shrunk, it has more color, and it is even pulsing some.

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Have any idea what kind of zoas these are?
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:31 AM   #384
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I'm not sure you'll be able to tell the difference from the pic. Overall they are just less shrunk, it has more color, and it is even pulsing some.

Have any idea what kind of zoas these are?
They look a little more extended to me. And those are possibly Spider-Man zoas.
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They could also be tubbs blue zoas. I'm not sure the difference. Maybe the tubbs have a brownish skirt and the supermans have a red skirt?
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I'm leaning towards the second one you said. From google pics they look a bit more like those. Thanks!

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Old 02-04-2013, 11:45 AM   #387
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I'm leaning towards the second one you said. From google pics they look a bit more like those. Thanks!

Here's a pic of the xenia when I first got it to compare.
So it's gotten alot more stems! How long has it been in the new spot? Since it seems to be improving Id just leave it there. If you don't see any improvement in another week and you feel like it could be improved more then I'd probably move it again. Maybe a little lower in the tank.

Those zoas are beautiful, by the way. I love the blue color. I want some African blue Hornet zoas but they are so darn expensive I may have to go for the tubbs blue instead!
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It's been in that spot for 10 days now. I think it is slowly getting better, but it isn't easy to tell.

Thank you! They had no traces of the blue at all when I got the frag. And it was only 5 bucks! Who would have thought they'd turn out so nice! I just googled those Hornet zoas, and man those are cool!
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Xenia is definitely doing better. It looked much more extended today, closer to it's original color, and is pulsing a lot.
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Xenia is definitely doing better. It looked much more extended today, closer to it's original color, and is pulsing a lot.
Very good to hear!
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