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2 Varieties of Zoas & others on Live Rock

Discussion in 'Beginner Corals' started by coreyt, Jun 22, 2019.

  1. coreyt

    coreyt Registered Users

    Decided to turn a larger piece of live rock that was getting COVERED by Zoas into rubble so I could get it out of the tank. Also broke up a smaller rock with a different variety of Zoa to keep it from spreading to more live rock.

    2 larger pieces of rock with large colonies of green zoas (GBP?), a couple of these rocks rocks also have green star polyps, green mushrooms, and some bit of SPS I don't recall the name of. Also have some smaller pieces.

    2 smaller pieces of rock with some variety of red/pink mouthed Zoas as well.

    I have a number of smaller frags as well on frag plugs and very small rock chips.




    Just fragged this and took pictures, so all the polyps aren't out again but should be in another hour or so.

    Also interested in most kinds of LPS or SPS corals (and maybe some kinds of soft) if you want to swap, but not required. All I ask is you pay it forward and share corals in the future if you're successful.
  2. Maddlesrain

    Maddlesrain Registered Users

    What area are you located in?

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  3. coreyt

    coreyt Registered Users

    Firestone, north of Denver by Longmont
  4. Vincent

    Vincent Copepod

    Hi do you still have them? I could come by and grab them happily.
  5. coreyt

    coreyt Registered Users

    Yep, Replied in PM

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