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    Grateful Dead Zoa

    as the title says i would like some "Grateful Dead " zoas please
    swaps for other named zoas/cash if its the right price
    peter

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    Grateful Dead Zoa

    What on earth is a Grateful Dead zoa?

    A picture might help considering that the naming of zoa colour morphs is completely arbitary and dependent on lighting conditions.<^EDIT^>
    My tank and webcam</div>

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    Grateful Dead Zoa

    did a search on grateful dead zoas, found this site

    http://www.zoaid.com/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=15&g2_page=2

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    Grateful Dead Zoa

    What on earth is a Grateful Dead zoa?

    A picture might help considering that the naming of zoa colour morphs is completely arbitary and dependent on lighting conditions.
    amongst other things


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    Grateful Dead Zoa

    I know ZoaID.. but I can't help thinking that cunning naming is adding 0's to the end of per polyp prices.

    It wouldn't be so bad if people could agree on a systematic way of describing the colours based on morphological descriptions of colour.

    That is a nice looking Zoa though.. I would be interested in what it looked like with a bit less actinic <^EDIT^>
    My tank and webcam</div>

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    Grateful Dead Zoa

    Quote Originally Posted by Alastair
    I know ZoaID.. but I can't help thinking that cunning naming is adding 0's to the end of per polyp prices.

    It wouldn't be so bad if people could agree on a systematic way of describing the colours based on morphological descriptions of colour.

    That is a nice looking Zoa though.. I would be interested in what it looked like with a bit less actinic
    I Totally agree thats why i dont charge any more for these than other zoa frags (look out for some later this week)
    ps i dont run actinics only 14k t5s and 150w 10k M/H

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    Grateful Dead Zoa

    I love zoaid, most of them on that site we cant seem to get over here!! Im not sure on the names though, i have seen some on nano reef go for like $60 a polyp because they were called purple and then something exotic

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    Grateful Dead Zoa

    OMG- i just looked at the nano reef site, looked at one post i have the same zoas by1 at those prices at could buy a nice 5bed house
    if i sold them. lol
    Its just what Alastair was saying. i think its (well i would get into bother i said what i am thinking)

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    Grateful Dead Zoa

    Its ridiculous!!

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    Grateful Dead Zoa

    I have been looking at the website and I have two polyps of

    Orange Splash wahey! I just like to name them fromt he id pages but I would only sell these as zoa frags and describe the colour.

    Though I think we do need to have a list of named zoas in our tanks
    Here is my list

    • Orange Splash[/*:m:wk67264e]
    • Radio Active Dragoneye[/*:m:wk67264e]
    • Reverse Gorilla Nipples[/*:m:wk67264e]
    • Super nova[/*:m:wk67264e]
    • Wham'h water melon[/*:m:wk67264e]
    • Eagle eye[/*:m:wk67264e]
    • Ice Berg[/*:m:wk67264e]
    • Kryptonite[/*:m:wk67264e]


    I know the names are silly but it s little bit of fun - there are some of my zoas which are not on Zoa ID. I am also very keen to see these under the LED blues they will be cracking!

    J

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