|This colony of Aquacultured Zoanthids has been in captivity for several months. We can now see that there are at least five distinct strains that showed different color morphology. These pictures allow me to study the Zoanthid colonies in detail, and as often see more interesting qualms when I am looking at them on the monitor.
When I take this colony of Zoanthids to the cutting table I will look for unique polyps such as the beautiful red and greenish blue Protopalythoa in the lower right hand corner. Each of these strains can be removed as a small section and attached to new substrate with reef glue.
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