View Full Version : Teals and Eagles and and more Zooanthids

07/08/2006, 10:25 AM
Picked up some really really nice teal/green zooas last night from NanoReef.

I've added it along with my pink/purples, Eagle eyes, Redish Oranges, Orange greens, Green purple greens, and blues. I'll do my best today to get some photos of them and post them here.
Since converting over to the RO/DI, everything in the tank is perking up and looking super healthy.

We'll see if my camera techniques have improved any when I post them Ken ;) lol.

As soon as the Eagle Eyes really take off Mary I'll have a frag for you :). They've already started to move off the frag some :D.

My camera does have a lack of white balance so I'll do what I can to get as close to natural coloring.

07/08/2006, 03:23 PM
<img src="http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g246/wds21921/94da6572.jpg">

These are the purple/pink zoas with green skirt oranges underneath. Clarity on these shots is so-so :(.

<img src="http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g246/wds21921/133181fa.jpg">

Eagle Eyes waiting to dispurse like wildfire :). On the right side you can already see some have moved off the frag piece :D. Look Mary they're real lol.

<img src="http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g246/wds21921/P7080026.jpg">

These are the Orange/Red Zoas, growing upwards already.

<img src="http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g246/wds21921/3cf86cc6.jpg">

My newest acquisition, this is the smaller of the two Metallic Teals I got :D.

<img src="http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g246/wds21921/f09cf7c0.jpg">

These are my St. Louis Blues I got from Jim (GEBC) about a year ago? They've spread out pretty good and made it through everything, including tap water lol.

07/12/2006, 02:57 AM
My pinks are still smiling. I am nervous though because they are starting to look around the tank. I sense a migration mutiny coming about!


07/12/2006, 08:52 PM
In the picture of the Blues I'm curious about the seperation? Normally when I see polyps in a system they always look very bunched up or in extremely close proximity.
Do they pre-determine a growth area and then overtake it?