This variety came in on a batch of wild zoas and we’ve been growing it out for a while. It reminds me of Armor of God, except in a deep pumpkin-orange color instead of red. So we’re calling this one “The Great Pumpkin”.
Like all zoanthids, these like plenty of nutrients, and will thrive in a wide variety of light and flow levels. One of the slower growing zoanthids in my collection, but also one of the most distinctive.
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.