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Zoas and Palys

These are easily my favorite corals.
There is so much variation, and they are popular which helps in availability.
What's your favorite zoanthid or palythoa?
My all time favorite will have to be the PPE which is short for Purple People Eater.
 
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    thepanfish
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    Re:Zoas and Palys (permalink)
    Agreed, and I don't know what your PPEs are on but they sprout a new head every week or so it seems.
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    Re:Zoas and Palys (permalink)
    LOL sometimes they do that.   BTW  I have your frags set aside for the swap.
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    Re:Zoas and Palys (permalink)
    Supposed to be getting a Red Devil People Eater AKA RDPE at the swap.
    Hoping is all it is hyped up to be.
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    Re:Zoas and Palys (permalink)
    I love all of the PE's. I have Happy, Red, Green and then also a couple others that are not consider people eaters even though they are.
     
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    Re:Zoas and Palys (permalink)
    I do as well, though Red People Eaters seem to have more issues than the others for me.
    The sopranos look interesting in pics, but I would like to see them in person.
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    Re:Zoas and Palys (permalink)
    I'm not sure which zoanthids and palythoas I like best as my mantis shrimp either takes them for his shelter or buries them in sand.  I should get some frags for my 2 gallon pico and my new 8 gallon nano.
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    Re:Zoas and Palys (permalink)
    Mantis are really cool critters. 
    Do you have pics or video posted?
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    Re:Zoas and Palys (permalink)
    Wish I did, they are both shy and only come out when I'm not prepared with the camera.  Someday I'll get them on film.
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