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Unknown Marine Invert

Discussion in 'Marine Invertebrates' started by Drifty, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. Drifty

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    So, I have a gelatinous looking finger like thing growing on a rock in my aquarium. I suspect it came with some inverts I bought a while back. Have had these for several months but now they (it) seems to be growing faster. I am going to attempt to attach 2 photos and hopefully you can advise I just want to get rid of this stuff if necessary to health of tank!

    29gal, FOWLR
     

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    That's actually a marine sponge and a nice one at that. They are harmless and interesting animals.
     
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    thank you! i thought it was kinda cool too! just wanted to be sure
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