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    hi i,m new and live in thailand and i do,nt understand some of your abreviations , whats a frag ? and zoa is a coral ? could you post a photo of zoa so i can see what to buy, i know you have a database but there is no zoa listed and the photos do,nt open anyway for me . i cant just go to the shop and ask for a zoa i need to know what they look like, because they do,nt speak english here . regards john
     
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    a frag is a fragment of a coral, zoa is a type of coral and is alot of different types and colours of them
     
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    any chance of a photo
     
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    They're a lot smaller than they look in the picture.
     
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    look great, i want some,,, how do they reproduce ?
     
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    The heads grow out of a mat. When the mat spreads it grows new heads.
     
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