Fluorescent Green Zoanthids from the Caribbean. These zoanthids have bright green polyps on it. The colonies are not attached to any rock, but may have small bits of shells and some sand intertwined about their base, and some colonies may be attached entirely to a small shell. These Polyps are dark green around the outside, and bright green in the center. The cluster will quickly attached to whatever you put it on, and will begin to send out new polyps once it’s stabilized. These zoanthids come from very shallow water and will do best with strong light.
Single: 1 polyp, and maybe a few more than that. The polyps are about a half inch or less in diameter.
Nano: This cluster will contain at least 5 polyps, and maybe a few more than that. The polyps are about a half inch or less in diameter.
Small: This cluster will contain at least 15 polyps, and maybe a few more than that. The polyps are about a half inch or less in diameter.
Large: This cluster will contain at least 30 polyps, and maybe a few more than that. The polyps are about a half inch or less in diameter.
Care should be taken when handling any zoanthid, ricordea, mushroom coral, or sea anemone because they use stinging cells called nematocysts to sting and capture their food, and these cells can cause skin irritation and eye damage if it gets on you or in your eyes. The mucus of some of these animals also contains strong toxins that can cause severe skin irritations and permanent eye damage if handled improperly. Use latex type gloves and protective glasses when handling or fragging these species.
voupex (verified owner) –
These are tiny but they look pretty so far. Not at all like the picture. But I think they are actually nicer. Once they grow they should be great.
k_mhogan (verified owner) –
Mine look more like a teal color under my lighting, glows brightly under blue LED’s at night. Small, pretty and fast growing.
Andy szekeres –
Love these zoa’s they are super green and great size for the price.
Andy szekeres –
Super green Zoa’s you cannot go wrong. Many more than 20 and super green like I’ve not seen before. IMPRESSED!
Randy Longrie –
The pic on this site does not do these zoas justice. Absolute nuclear under actinic lights. Long skirts give it a long eyelash look. STUNNING!!
Michael Roman –
These are super. Better then I thought they would be and nicer then the picture. They opened within an hour after adding them.
Lisa Schwamkrug –
Just as nice as the picture! These guys are an awesome light flourescent lime green and really brighten up the tank! Mine came in on a live bivalve — bonus! Much nicer than some of the drab zoos available in the hobby. Mine opened right up too.
Neil Harvey –
These things are amazing, they glow like crazy and are very easy to split up and place anywhere you wish!
John Mauser –
These zoanthids are beautiful! They opened up within a few hours of being in the tank and they glow neon green under actinic lighting.