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Old 07-03-2013, 10:42 AM   #1
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Coolest hitchhiker

Jw what your coolest hitch hiker is that you have got and why mine is this cucumber type thing that survived my cycle and me moving house and everything please tell and share pics of yours no matter what it is either coral invert or whatever
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Old 07-03-2013, 10:59 AM   #2
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My urchin. Found him at pea size, now is at fist size.
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:19 AM   #3
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I bought a 24 gallon biocube the other day that had "nothing but a hermit crab in it." There's some kind of fish in the filtration and I can't get it out. Lol. That's the coolest one but I still don't know what it is. Maybe some sort of chromis. It's like a royal blue.
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What sort of filter do you have I would rip it apart and try get it out won't last long in a filter
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:29 AM   #5
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What sort of filter do you have I would rip it apart and try get it out won't last long in a filter
It's like a Refugium with live rock. It has a lot of room, it's just awkwardly shaped. I may see what comes apart. I bet there's a YouTube video out there that will show me how. Lol
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YouTube or google always seem to save the day Ilove looking at my live rock finding new things all the time except aptasia -_- found 2 tiny ones tonight
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YouTube or google always seem to save the day Ilove looking at my live rock finding new things all the time except aptasia -_- found 2 tiny ones tonight
Yes they do. I swear when I graduate college I'm going to write YouTube and Google thank you letters. (And easy-bib. Lol)

I love buying live rock because I LOVE hitchhikers. I love saltwater because no matter how much you think you know what's living in your tank, you don't. Lol. You'll always find something weird and new sometime.

And yuck on the aptasia. Time to break out the lemon juice!
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Here's my hitch hiker.


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You cant stick your hand in there and get him out?
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Jmay33 that looks like a blue damsel. Mean little guys! They are big bullies. May want to really think about keeping him. They will harass other fish.

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Here is a crab that I had. No telling how long he was in my tank. I left him alone until he started going after fish and my cleaner shrimp. Then he had to come out.
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