Under blue lights you’d easily mistake this variety for the classic Eagle Eyes. It has the same bright green skirt, and bright red-orange ring on a dark face with a dark mouth. But turn on the white lights, and its covered with white speckles that give it a completely different appearance. We were tempted to give it a new name but decided in the end this is just a really interesting variation on Eagle Eyes, so that’s how we’ve labeled it.
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, but because of natural variation among frags yours may not look identical to this image. This variety typically has 3-5 polyps per frag.