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Old 01-22-2006, 08:36 PM   #1
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Baby lobo brain?

This showed up a couple weeks ago and has grown ever since. Is it a baby lobo? It looks just like one only small. It this normal for lobos?
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The little "yellow" thing in the front? That doesn't look lobo to me. Looks like a hitch hiker from the rock. I think I have some of those in my tank as well if it is what I think it is. The lobo isn't going to spawn a separate entity. It will bulge out a new section that may or may not break off of the mother colony. I would imagine it will get rather large before it breaks off and will likely fall to the floor of the aquarium.
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Thanks Phyl. It just showed up recently and in person it has the shape/texture of the lobo above it. Thanks Thats why I asked here. (guess I should have read the directions?)
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Don't you wish they came with directions?!
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I`ve got some of those also Brian. I think they are some type of sponge or squirt.
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