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Old 07-27-2002, 06:55 PM   #1
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I think I know what this is but need to be sure.

I was moving the LR from my 45 gal tank over to my 80 gal tank and I found some nice items that I did not even know was in the tank. This stuff was growing out of site and maybe even out of light.


I think this is some kind of sponge


Again another sponge?


Last possible sponge?



This is a link to a photo with the last two possible sponges. THought 4 pics on a post might be to much for the dialup people.
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Yep. Sponges. The last one I believe is a colonial tunicate. Watch it closely, they have been known to move.
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Will do.


They was found on the shady side of the LR before I put them in the 80. should i try to shade them still? right now they are somewhat exposed to the light.
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Old 10-12-2002, 02:25 PM   #4
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These are being used in Steve Tyrees new filtartion system. Never seen one move though. how is it doing now FF?
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Looks about the same. I will try to get NEW pics today if I remember.
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