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    Zoa ID please., Apr 9, 2018
  1. zoas slowly disappearing, Jan 20, 2018
  2. Triggreef

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

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

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

    Not sure on that, but they're definitely nice! #ZoaExperts
  8. What's hot and what's not? Part 4 the Zoas!, May 1, 2017
  9. 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
  10. Zoa problem help, Mar 16, 2017
  11. Triggreef

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

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

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


    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.
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