|This is another colony of the large bodied, orange Zoanthid. Sometimes you can find a few polyps in the older colony that have a distinct color or pattern. This strain of Zoanthid has been in captivity about six years, and it grows very rapidly now.
The coral in the lower right hand corner is a very prey little Sinularia. The two SPS (small polyp stony corals) above this colony of Zoanthids are very light colored Stylophora.
The blue and purple Mushrooms growing on the Branch in this picture are strain that has been in captivity for over six years and they grow very fast. These beautiful Mushrooms do especially well in older tanks that have some nutrients in the water.
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