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"Ultimate Utter Chaos" Ultra Colored Zoanthid Polyp


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WYSIWYG:  Collector Aquacultured "Ultimate Utter Chaos" Zoas Coral - 1 Polyp.  This is the only one that we have left of this highly sought after zoa for sale. This very bright orange zoa, called Ultimate Utter Chaos is collector quality.  With it's bright color, it is sure to be front and center in your display. 

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Collector Aquacultured Ultimate Utter Chaos Zoa Coral 

This is our last frag of Ultimate Utter Chaos, which is collector quality. 

Easy to maintain in the reef aquarium which makes them great for the begginning reef aquarist. They reproduce easily by budding, (splitting off a portion of their base or mouth), which will increase the size of their colony in your reef aquarium. 

The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within their bodies provides the majority of their nutritional requirements through photosynthesis.

Other Common Names
Sea Mats, Button Polyps, Colony Rock

Zoanthids are a big favorite among reef aquarists. Their bright and interesting color combinations are sure to excite you. Zoanthids are a great coral for coverage of live rock and the fancier colors are very prized by hobbyists and can go for big money. These polyps will frequently come attached to old coral colonies, oyster shells, and other interesting shaped rocks.

These Ultra Colored Zoanthids will give you that bit of color you are looking for to spruce up the tank! Red People Eater Zoanthids are famous for their extremely bright coloration and dense growth pattern. These Zoanthids are a member of the Palythoa family and excrete a toxin that is harmful to humans. Gloves should be worn when handling this coral, especially if you have cuts or abrasions on your hands

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WYSIWYG.  What you see is what you get.  You will get the item pictured.

Eggcrate in the background is 5/8" for eaach square. 

Our photographs are taken under LED light and full White flash. We try to post two pictures of each coral to give you a better idea to how it may look in your tank.  We take one photograph with all the LEDS at full power with full White Flash and one photograph with just the blue's and violet LEDS at full power.