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- May 31, 2020
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I agree but then today i found these pieces for the same price...these pieces pop up a lot less often than cool zoas and palys...The first ones are heartbreakers, similar to burning embers, same family as corazons, mindtricks, that's a plumb price I'd def grab those first.
Haha I love your threads like these. You always have access to fun corals where your are in Bangkok and cheap.Well like the title says rate These zoas...they don't have names... And yes I know the green ones are palys. Since they don't have names, #1 will be the 3 smaller orange ones on the Frage, #2 the green palys, and #3 the 2 re/green zoa's...which to get??
That's what I try to do is get the lesser known or oddball corals since I have access to them at great prices most of the time! You never know what tomorrow will bring...if I came back to America there's a pretty slim chance of finding these 3 for the equivalent of about $15 each. Sometimes the reason I make threads like this isn't just to get others'opinions on which is most beautiful since that's completely subjective but to see if they're really common or not.Haha I love your threads like these. You always have access to fun corals where your are in Bangkok and cheap.
The salted agave ones, the last ones are cool. I'd avoid any palythoa grandis looking ones personally.
Lastly, just based on where you are and the access you have to corals that are gathered, I'd try to get ones that aren't really known to the hobby. I've picked up an oddball looking "no name" zoa from a local importer and I think those are more interesting.