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Jonathan lee

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Anyone have a clue what zoas these are? They look cool so i bought some but theres no name. It said just zoa. Not sure of price will give a clue. They were 2.50 for 8-10 polyps. Thanks

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I agree- the name could be better! Lol I’ll attach some photos I found online- while some can definitely be bland in coloration, I think you just have a very vibrant colony! With this being a quick growing zoa, morphs and varieties in color are not uncommon! :) this is just my opinion though
 

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I agree- the name could be better! Lol I’ll attach some photos I found online- while some can definitely be bland in coloration, I think you just have a very vibrant colony! With this being a quick growing zoa, morphs and varieties in color are not uncommon! :) this is just my opinion though
Lol when I received them next week in the mail, I’ll post another pic of them. This pic is taken by the seller. I only have this pic. Im guessing its so cheap cause they grow very fast. So im gonna make sure it’s totally seperated from my main rocks
 
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Lol when I received them next week in the mail, I’ll post another pic of them. This pic is taken by the seller. I only have this pic. Im guessing its so cheap cause they grow very fast. So im gonna make sure it’s totally seperated from my main rocks
I haven’t heard of them taking over like Pandora’s or Green paly’s do, but always better safe than sorry :)
 

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I haven’t heard of them taking over like Pandora’s or Green paly’s do, but always better safe than sorry :)

There’s several morphs of gorilla nips, none of them are the painfully invasive type. They should do well for the OP.
 

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