Sounds as though SOMEBODY has been doing some reading over the last couple of months:read:leveldrummer said:zoo's, zoa's, are both zoanthus, just a quick name people reffer to them with, they are all polyps, and every coral also has polyps, its simply the part that extends from the base of a coral, but what is in the pic is also just called polyps, there are other corals that are confused or labeled zoo's also, button polyps palythoa, and protopalythoa, some are larger, some have a different shape, but all are very similar, and no one will jump on you for mis-identifying them, so simply zoo's or polyps will always work.
nah, ive just been stealing answers from alaska, lol, just kiddin, im doing ok, still alot out there that i have no clue about, i just like to sound smart about the corals i have.Fly Guy said:Sounds as though SOMEBODY has been doing some reading over the last couple of months:read:
What an awesome site! Thanks for the link. It's exactly what I was looking for. I'd like to order one of each now please....:thumbup:ReelFreak said:www.zoaid.com has lots of pictures of Zoos, zoas, zoanthids or whatever you want to refer to them as.....
Your pic is of zoos, people will "name" them based on their coloration....which will morph over time and look different as they spread. That site has some awesome pictures on it.