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    Quote Originally Posted by Grins View Post
    That is a stomatella snail just like the post above. They move fast for snails huh?
    Nope. With that iridescence and shell shape, it is an albalone. Reef safe. Stomatella have no shells.
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    Girl Reefer...we do exist Grins's Avatar
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    Yes...stomatellas do have a small thumbnail sized shell. It is small and discreet but they do have shells. If you do a google image search for stomatella varia you'll most likely see several examples.



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    i just found 2 of these guys in my tank, this is the best pic i could get


    i'm guessing stomatella snail but they are quite orange... oh it has a huge mouth too



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    For you hitch hiker fanatics, Please check out the hitch hiker page(s) I have been putting together for some time now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salty420 View Post
    i just found 2 of these guys in my tank, this is the best pic i could get


    i'm guessing stomatella snail but they are quite orange... oh it has a huge mouth too
    so i have 3 of these guys. and 2 that look similar but are brown and white. i assume they are all stomatellas? can anyone confirm?



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    i noticed these (pods?) in my tank the other day they are about 1/4 inch in size the spec at the bottom is another critter that inhabits the glass but i cant get a decent pic of them. anything to worry about?
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    After more than a year, my dead live rock that spent a week in newspaper beginning to show some life.

    Noticed this a while back, but it's beginning to spread.



    These began popping up as well.



    So, what are these things?



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    Quote Originally Posted by marine_geek View Post
    i noticed these (pods?) in my tank the other day they are about 1/4 inch in size the spec at the bottom is another critter that inhabits the glass but i cant get a decent pic of them. anything to worry about?
    Flatworms...the clear ones like that are fine and will eventually go away when they don't have food.



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    Found this bivalve in the tank tonight, I actually saw the shell earlier in the sand nearby but thought it was empty and the goby had probably sifted it to the surface. But no, it was on the rock moving tonight. It is about an inch long and it seemed to be cleaning the rock much like a snail would.

    The flashlight and camera aren't a good combo but here was the best I could do.




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    A Spaghetti worm...
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    its always Niko's Fault!... Thanks Niko!



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