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Zoanthid Sea Mat Polyps - Zoanthus
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Agent Orange Zoanthid
Eagle Eye Zoanthid
Fire and Ice Zoanthid
The Agent Orange Zoa is signified by an orange and purple face with tan-colored tentacles. Typical frags have 8-10 polyps.
Eagle Eye Zoanthids have orange faces with purple in the center and outer ring. The tentacles are bright green making this zoa one of the most colorful. Frags of this Zoanthid have on average 10-12 polyps.
Emerald Zoas are an interesting polyp in that they have speckled green faces that can have very different patterns. The skirts are mostly brown with a hint of red. Frags of Emerald Zoanthids have on average 8-10 polyps.
This Zoanthid is a long time classic in the hobby. Frags of Fire and Ice Zoanthids have on average 8-10 polyps.
LA Lakers Zoanthid
Lotus Petal Zoanthid
Radioactive Dragon Eye Zoanthid
LA Lakers are a very cool Zoanthid because they are one of the few corals that have a completely different fluorescence than their normal day colors. During the day, they appear green however under deep blue actinics, they turn yellow. Frags have 8-10 polyps.
Lotus Petal Zoanthids have a green, white, and purple face in a ring pattern. Frags have 6-8 polyps.
Oreos are a very striking zoanthid because they are very dark with a clear cut white center. Frags have 6-8 polyps.
Radioactive Dragon Eyes are possibly the brightest Zoanthid on the market. Typical frags have 8-10 polyps.
Piercing Pearl Zoanthid
Cinnamon Spice Zoanthid
Toxic Revenge Zoanthid
Blue Hornet Zoanthid
The Piercing Pearl Zoanthid has a rainbow pearlescent glow to it. It's very difficult to capture in photos. Frags have 3-4 polyps.
Cinnamon Spice Zoanthids have a purple face with pink splashes. Its tentacles are a fiery red color. Frags of this Zoa have 6-8 polyps.
Toxic Revenge Zoanthids have a primarily orange face with a mint-green center. It is a very odd combination that makes for a very attractive coral. Typical frags have 8-10 polyps.
Blue Hornet tentacles have an alternating green and purple pattern. The face of the polyp is predominantly purple with a green ring and a blue center. Frags of this zoanthid typically have 2-3 polyps.
Red Hornet Zoanthid
Red Hornet tentacles have an alternating orange and purple pattern. The face of the polyp is predominantly purple with a red ring. Frags of this zoanthid typically have 2-3 polyps.
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