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What is one of the colors on a clownfish? (hint there is a clownfish on the CR logo in the top left corner of the page.)

Zoa-Bright orange with yellow mouth


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    Badfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Zoa-Bright orange with yellow mouth

    Sorry the quality is bad I'll try and get a better photo

    They are tiny for zoas, solid Bright orange with a bright yellow mouth. Those are bam-bams next to them so you can see how bright they are in compairson. Thanks for any help.
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    Here's a better look, again they are tiny
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    Bright zoas!
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Cant really tell but they might be darth mauls?

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    Is the mouth like a ppe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reef keeper View Post
    Cant really tell but they might be darth mauls?
    They look nothing like dm, kin of look like a pe of some sort
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    Is the mouth like a ppe?
    Jim they do have a bright yellow mouth but it does look like a PE slit, its more like a Capt. America Paly's dot mouth.(If that makes any sense.)



    Quote Originally Posted by Reef keeper View Post
    Cant really tell but they might be darth mauls?
    Quote Originally Posted by bluwc View Post
    They look nothing like dm, kin of look like a pe of some sort
    Blu is right it's not a maul, way too soild. I was looking around online and found Happy Samhain look like them but the Samhain are more Red and their mouths are white, could be a morph though. The small size of the polyps could mean they might still grow bigger and change/lose some color. My LFS didn't know what they were and said the had been melting on them, maybe they're a deep water? They cut me a good deal on them.

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    I was thinking a solid red PE morph also.

    A macro shot is really all that can really tell though. Polyps can be pretty tough, these days, to discern w/o a macro these days.......unfortunatly.

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