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    Looks like star polyps and hair algae.





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    after looking now at some star polyps, i would tend to agree...However, the other stuff is not hair alage..It is really hard, does not flow with the water...

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    Nudibranch

    I happened to find this little guy in my tank. Found out he was the reason my soft coral was dissapearing slowly.
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    My new 125 Gal tank
    http://www.aquariacentral.com/forums...d.php?t=105860
    My old 55 Gal tank
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    [COLOR="Blue"]IN TANK
    1 Yellow Tang, 1 Saddleback Clown, 1 Purple Pseudochromis,
    1 Golden Head Sleeper Goby, 7 green chromis



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    hitchhiker crab

    I know the most popular acusation is that crabs are bad but...thought I'd ask anyway...My lfs said this breed most likely won't eat my corals but will lay eggs, then it'll be trouble. Is this right?
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    72 gln bow Front, 25gln sump/fuge,Over 100lbs LR, 70lbs LS and Miricle Mud
    Fish:2 Perc Clowns, 1 Orchid Dottybacks,1 Sleeper Goby, Longhorn Cowfish, 1 Bicolor blenny, 1 Flame Angel
    Corals:4 Ricordia Mush, 13 Blue Mush, 2 LT Plate Coral, White Star Polyp, Green Star Polyp, 1 Finger leather, 1 Orange sun polyp
    Filter Feeders: 2 Large Feather duster, 1 Green dwarf feather duster, 1 Coco worm, 1 Tamarask Sea Star, 1 Sandsifting Star
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragc View Post
    The star is one of several that have crawled out of my LR...they can go unobserved for weeks on end...

    Way late, but I was reading at Garf.org and they mentioned that the 7 armed stars were predatory on corals



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    acro crab


    Stomatella snail


    Both supposedly reef safe
    Last edited by eklikewhoa; 05-07-2007 at 5:20 AM.



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    i am not for shure what this critter i have in my tank might be kinda looks like a slug but might have a shell not for shure.
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    That is a stomatella snail just like the post above. They move fast for snails huh?



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    Can someone id this also. They are growing very fast and spreading. Some kind of polyp I believe. Two have attached to the glass were one of my power heads are. The rest are on the lr. I also have one more question for you guys it has been 3 weeks since I have set my tank up. It is a 55 gallon with a 15 gallon sump. I got 30lbs of fully cured live rock from lfs. I have had no ammonia or nitrates or nitrites. Ph is 8.0 water temp is 79.5 I have two power heads in the tank both 300gph with a mag 5 in the sump. Did my tank already cycle? My g/f went by the pet store and bought three damsels without my consent as an anniversary gift. Couldn’t just let her return them so they have been in there also. I know bad..... But returning them would have been worse on me...
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    Not mine...but check out the video of the hitchhiker this reefer found in his TampaBaySaltwater rock: http://spiffyguy.com/videos/octo_01.avi



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