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They’re awesome zoas name or not I’m interested in them because it’s a unique color I don’t have I could care less about names now I’ve gotten to that point hahahg
Well hopefully in the next couple months I can grow it out and get some frags from my polyp. Maybe by then more than one will have sold here and I can get an average price lol. Still have no clue if it's gonna be a good grower or really slow and I don't think anyone has any info on growing it yet lol.
 
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It’s the newest and hottest Zoa in the game currently. I got my hands on them early on and I’ll be fragging then this week if anyone is interested. Fast growers as well.
 
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+1 these are top notch in person. One of the best new zoas in the last year or so
Yeah I love the yellow around the skirt. I was at my lfs and they had these and gmk zoas and I picked these. They had them listed as thermosphere and I thought they were just wild thermospheres untill I posted them here. I had never heard of predator zoas
 

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I'm keeping my eyes on the Predators. It'd be a nice addition to my GMK rock, but I'm waiting to see what the price does. I passed a chance to get in on one of the first rounds of them because $275/polyp was more than I wanted to spend at the time. Now that they've been out for a bit and more people are fragging/selling them, I'm paying attention again. ;)
 
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I'm keeping my eyes on the Predators. It'd be a nice addition to my GMK rock, but I'm waiting to see what the price does. I passed a chance to get in on one of the first rounds of them because $275/polyp was more than I wanted to spend at the time. Now that they've been out for a bit and more people are fragging/selling them, I'm paying attention again. ;)
Right now what I've seen is the price is about 300pp so it seems they are getting more popular so we will see what happens with the price.
 

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They are going in the $300 - $350 a polyp range. I imported a colony from Indonesia. They will continue to be expensive in my opinion. They were 10x the price of anything else on the list so these certainly aren't your normal $50 - $100 indo zoa rocks
 
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They are going in the $300 - $350 a polyp range. I imported a colony from Indonesia. They will continue to be expensive in my opinion. They were 10x the price of anything else on the list so these certainly aren't your normal $50 - $100 indo zoa rocks
Thanks for the info. Did you pick any up for yourself?
 

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Here’s mine $300 per polyp
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They are very nice indeed. We have a few polyps going in the live sale Saturday.
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The predator has several names right now. The other name being "Endgame". A local CA fish store near me, Reefloungeusa is selling them for $250 a polyp.

RL Endgame Zoa (reefloungeusa.com)

As far as I know, they have kept their color. They lost a little bit when they were fragged but that's about it, regaining color. :)

They are also yuge polyps... super nice
 
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Cali Kid has one for sale for $159 https://www.calikidcorals.com/collections/live-sale/products/lsa25-00200a. Different name but same zoa. Like @Renescence said this zoa has lots of names since just about every wholesale buyer has them and wants to give them their own name.
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Well guess who Cali Kid got it from....LOL. Jason at Reeflounge told me Ben came in and bought a whole rock from them. Guess Ben turned around, sold it for cheaper, and then called it something else.
 
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