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Old 07-21-2010, 04:18 PM   #1
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Zoas from CoralMorphologic

Got me some zoas from the above. They look awesome under my MH light.. but i need some actinic supplementation BAD.

Anyways, here's the picherz.

Aqua Lotus Eaters



I think these are the Lavender / AquaFade



Blue with Neon green skirts


Seafoam Green


Yellow zoas


A random pic i thought was cool



Awesome zoas, got them today actually, making this post about an hour after they've been in the tank, so they've opened up extremely fast. Coral Morph is excellent to do business with, and a big shoutout to Colin from CoralMorph. Thanks for the coral dude. Will definitely be ordering all my zoas from them. They have the best and the nicest. Just wish i had a better camera to show them off.. But oh well.. make due with what ya got, right?

Oh yeah, and if you guys can see on the rock in the background with the feather duster on it, that little hole closest to the sandbed, is where my miniature pistol shrimp lives. There's two holes of similar size all around the rock so i think he lives in a network of tunnels within that single piece of rock. Pretty cool. I hear him once or twice a night, and nothing has disappeared yet so either he's too small to do damage.. or he just doesn't want to. Hopefully it's the second one.
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Old 07-21-2010, 04:24 PM   #2
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I'm not a saltie but I love looking at their (coralmorph's) corals. Very nice looking pick ups! I'd be curious to see them when they start filling in a bit. Congrats!
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Thanks meegosh. I'm hoping to get a lot more zoas before they really start growing in. But yeah, one thing i'm looking forward to the most is the grow in and tank progression.

And yeah, Coral Morph is thee best. I just wish they sold other things than just zoas, shrooms, and rics. But that's ok.. that's what makes them coralmorph. Will be doing business with them again for sure.
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Are you getting paid to plug them, lol Love the zoas. Can't wait to see the future posts on their growth.
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Thanks Carla.
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They are on my "to buy from eventually" list. Glad to see they are a good place to order from! Those zoas look really good!
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Wow, those are looking awesome! Their coloring is incredible.
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Have you seen zoa scapes with a blacklight? It's a literal rave going on in those tanks.
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Thanks all. I love the zoas.. they're all pretty nice. Plan to get a lot more soon.
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Nice pickups! You should cut those blocks down otherwise it will look goofy when they start growing around the sides.
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