Stratosphere zoa care

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Anyone know the trick for starts? Mine has been 1 polyp for 3 months now.. the polyp size is super tiny but it opens up everyday.
 

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Be patient. Sometimes it takes a while for a single polyp frag to multiply. Don't want to risk killing/stressing a healthy frag because it's taking too long. But never hurts to feed the sucker.
 
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Try shade. When I got my prizes hallucinations I wanted them right up front were I could see them. Had them there for years, they grew painstakingly slow and looked liked they were about to die. I threw them behind a rock recently and they are doing great, even though I can barely see them
 
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Thanks y'all! I feed my lps tank 2-3x a week which really helps the corals, from what I can see in my tank.

I just want this zoa to at least get bigger or grow another polyp. At the same time I dont want to move it where it won't open and start to melt.. Sigh
 
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I bought one from aqua Sd fed it every day and ended up with about nine of them before I shut my take down that was about three years ago
 
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