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Old 04-22-2006, 08:34 PM   #1
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Another sea squirt

I just noticed there's a sea squirt ON my featherduster! It's located near the opening of the tube. Would it harm my worm? I have 3 featherdusters and the one with the seaquirt on it opens less than the other two

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You should be OK. All they are is filter feeders.
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Hey real FF I moved this to where it will get better attention.
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Oh thanks. I was pretty worried that that particular featherduster wasn't coming out as often as the other two. I hope it just a coincidence
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Can you post a pic? Sounds suspicious...

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steve, i will as soon as the light comes on. My fishes are still sleeping
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