Coral Polyps: Zoanthid and Palythoa Corals
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Polyps

Polyps come in a variety of different colonizing formations and in numerous colors and patterns. All polyps are considered colonial corals. The majority are extremely hardy and the perfect corals for the beginner reef aquarist. They make a very colorful reef tank display. Colonial polyps feed on the symbiotic algae in there cells. They create the symbiotic algae through the surrounding lighting. By providing polyps a moderate to strong light, the symbiotic algae created will keep the polyp coral well fed. The addition of reef additives like: calcium, strontium, iodine and trace elements along with occasional feedings of micro-plankton and similar foodstuffs provides for the best possible growth rate.

Rasta Zoanthids
Zoanthus sp.
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Description OG Rasta Zoanthids are a zoa collectors classic find! Very hardy, OG Rastas have a vibrant blue mouth encircled by an orange ring, neon green borders the neon yellow lashes. Very hardy, excellent growth rate. With their tolerance for a wide range in both water flow and lighting it's great for the reef tank beginner. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

Tubbs Blue Zoanthids
Zoanthus sp.
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Description If you like blue, this is the one for you! Tubbs Blue Zoanthid Polyps has set the standard for a true blue zoanthids. Tubbs Blue Zoanthids are easy to keep and are a great choice for the beginner. A classic zoanthid that has been in high demand for years. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

Keds Red Zoanthid's
Zoanthus sp.
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Description These well known Zoas have a bright red outer ring and a deep indigo blue center. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.


Care Level Easy

Eagle Eye Zoanthid Polyps
Zoanthus sp.
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Description Our Bright Eagle Eye zoanthid polyps are one that's easy to keep which makes them a good choice for the beginner reefer. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

Red People Eater's
Zoanthus gigantus
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Description Red People Eater's (Zoanthus gigantus) are by far one of the more popular species of Zoanthidae found within the aquarium hobby trade. They have a large oral disc that because of its large size causes many hobbyists to confuse them with similarly colored Palythoa species. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

Radioactive Dragon Eye
Zoanthus sp.
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Radioactive Dragon Eye glows brighter than any other zoanthid or palythoa colony in the reef. They are a real eye catcher and grow at a good rate. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

Eye of Jupiter
Zoanthus sp.
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Description The Eye of Jupiter Zoanthids are one of the harder to find zoa's. It's an unusual deep shade of red that contrasts beautifully against its lashes and rings of color. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy


Miami Vice
Zoanthus sp. Picture of Miami Vice ZoanthidsClick Picture for More Information

Description Miami Vice Zoanthids are a beautiful zoa that we aquaculture in our aquarium center. The striking Miami Vice Zoanthid was discovered by Coral Morphologic in the waters surrounding Miami and named after the popular old Miami television show. It's body a baby blue contrasts beautifully against its pink eye/mouth and lashes of deep green. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

Spiderman Zoanthids
Zoanthus sp.
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Description Now these are crazy insane looking! They get a super bright blue center and have Bright Red Skirts! Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy



Electric Oompa Loompa
Palythoa sp.
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Description Electric Oompa Loompa zoanthids are a fairly new zoa to hit the market. With a bright neon green body, blue mouth, and bright orange lashes anyone that's lucky enough to own Oompa Loompa's owns a huge reefer favorite! Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

Fire and Ice Zoanthids
Zoanthus sp.
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Description Fire and Ice Zoas (Zoanthus sp.) are a beautiful species of Zoanthid that are sought after for their brilliant blue and red coloration. Skirted with fiery red lashes and base colors of dark blue/purple, finally turning into an explosion of light blue and white, sometimes with a tinge of red. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy

Orange Splatter Zoanthids
Zoanthus sp.
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This is an awesome collector zoanthid. The Orange Splatter Zoanthids have bright orange lashes, with black splatters on a cream/white background, and a yellow eye. Like all of our polyps they are aquacultured specimens, many generations removed from the original wild starter colonies.

Care Level Easy


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Photos are representative of each species. All marine life is unique and your coral may not look identical to the image provided.
*Guarantee Restriction: All of our livestock are guaranteed. However for one or more of these species, they may be marked with a guarantee restriction. If it does, it means the specific animal may not handle stress from environmental conditions well. These stresses can include poor water quality, harassment from tank mates or confined aquarium conditions. When stressed, these species can lose the ability to ward off infection and disease. Other species may be listed as Restricted because they have such specialized feeding requirements that is difficult recreate in a aquarium and may succumb to malnutrition.