The Orange zoanthid polyps or zoos are the coolest thing to keep in an aquarium. It makes a great choice for any tank as it adds a splash of beautiful orange shade in any fish tank. It looks amazing under actinic lighting and captivates any onlookers. The Orange zoanthid polyps are hardy and make a good choice for any beginner aquarists. It thrives really well in a tank with optimal water and temperature conditions. The Orange zoanthid polyps are very easy to propagate in captivity. It requires moderate to high alkalinity, calcium and salinity levels for its proper growth and development. The Orange zoanthid polyps grow like a colonial mat structure that later covers up a whole rock. Often some species of zoanthid are poisonous in nature, such as palythoas, and therefore handling the Orange zoanthid polyps require precautions. You should properly wash your hand after you are finished working with them. It hosts the symbiotic Zooxanthellae in its tissue, which helps in manufacturing food and nutrition to it. The Zoanthid will thrive in all types of marine lighting, because of this the Orange zoos polyps makes a very good addition to any first time reefers tank. Also, most of the Zoanthid shows stinging behavior so should be placed away from other corals or zoos. Due to the photosynthesis process, the Orange zoanthid polyps do not need any additional supplements. It produces more energy photosynthetically due to the lack of a calcified skeleton.