Zoanthids – Gypsies

(8 customer reviews)

$9.99

1 in stock

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Description

This is another strain I found growing on an imported zoa rock. The colors are subtle but the patterns are really cool. The medium polyps feature a skirt with bright green tips and a dark blue base. The face of each polyp has an outer ring of dark blue, then light blue, then green, with a bright orange mouth. A really unique pattern that shows up equally well in white lights or blue.

Like all zoanthids, these like plenty of nutrients, and will thrive in a wide variety of light and flow levels.

The frag you purchase will come from the same lineage as the image shown, and will have a similar number of polyps, but because of natural variation among frags yours may not look identical to this image.

8 reviews for Zoanthids – Gypsies

  1. shad bonen

    shad bonen (verified owner)

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    what can I say zoa like this are always great this is no exception

  2. Justin Huegel

    Justin Huegel (verified owner)

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    As pictured and opened within about 15 minutes of entering my tank.

  3. Sharon Long

    Sharon (verified owner)

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  4. Josh Johnson (verified owner)

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  5. Daxton Cloud

    Anonymous (verified owner)

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    look good and healthy

  6. James Hurst

    James Hurst (verified owner)

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    Large number of polyps for the price

  7. Jeremiah Donahou

    Jeremiah D. (verified owner)

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    These look really good and came in healthy. They opened up quickly.

  8. Derek Whiting

    Derek W. (verified owner)

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    All the zoas are doing well

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