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Alfa & Omega

Discussion in 'Zoanthid Identification Database' started by Dylan J., Jul 9, 2013.

  1. Dylan J.

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    umm those look like FireStars zoas, alpha & Omega are white ringed Fire & Ice
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    Sorry these are sunburst zoas not alpha & omega my bad haha
     
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    Are these the alpha omega

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