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    zoas slowly disappearing, Jan 20, 2018 at 1:02 PM
  1. Triggreef

    What I see in that pic is a clearly melting polyp, and a pd eating the decaying matter.

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  2. Zoas/ November full moon, Nov 7, 2017
  3. mdbannister

    This is a new one to me. I'd never heard that. Maybe some of our #ZOAexperts can help.
  4. I'd thanks, Nov 1, 2017
  5. Id please?, Aug 9, 2017
  6. mdbannister

    Not sure on that, but they're definitely nice! #ZoaExperts
  7. What's hot and what's not? Part 4 the Zoas!, May 1, 2017
  8. mdbannister

    I'm a fan of all things rainbowish, so palys like the rainbow incinerators or even the sunny-D are great IMO. Adonis palys are cool. Umm... there's lots. I'd suggest checking out some of the posts by @joshporksandwic (or maybe we'll be lucky enough for him you share a list of his favorites). #ZOAexperts
  9. Zoa problem help, Mar 16, 2017
  10. Triggreef

    Certainly could be it. #zoaexperts
  11. What's the name of this zoa, Feb 6, 2017
  12. mdbannister

    Moved to zoa ID forum. Maybe our #zoaexperts can help you out.
  13. bubble in 15days old Zoa's colony, Jan 24, 2017
  14. TheEngineer

    It does not look like a new polyp to me. They open and look like smaller versions of the adult polyps pretty early on. I've never seen something like that.

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  15. White bumps on Zoa!, Jan 18, 2017
  16. Triggreef

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    If it were a better pic it would help, but based solely on your description could be zoapox. Furan-2 multiple dips is claimed to work. There is a ton of info if you google zoa pox, maybe you can find some better pics to compare with yourself. Good luck.
  17. See anything??, Jan 18, 2017
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