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Those who have GMK Zoas share a photo of your colony or frags from your tanks. Here is a picture of a frag we have that's starting to spit off some babies!

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Been growing pretty good so far! Slowly getting better with the camera! you won’t be disappointed In your piece! It’ll be one of your favorites!
Picking up a frag this week. Can’t wait. Looks amazing both of them.
Picking up a frag this week. Can’t wait. Looks amazing both of them.
 
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Under daylight, iphone with polyplab. They look good under both white and actinic, but so bright it is hard to capture the colors under actinic.
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Other frags from the same colony:
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Before cutting:
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Looking good, like how gold those polyps are!
 

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