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Old 02-21-2012, 01:00 PM   #21
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I am not well versed on saltwater tanks, but the other day at the fish store I was looking and saw some starfish, a sea urchin looking thing, a really beautiful red and white "shrimp". It was rather large. I'm not sure what it was called. There was also some really neat anemone that was burgundy colored and looked like arms with alien fingers grabbing at particles in the water. It was awesome. I'm probably going to go to the store today. I'll take a picture of it.
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I am not well versed on saltwater tanks, but the other day at the fish store I was looking and saw some starfish, a sea urchin looking thing, a really beautiful red and white "shrimp". It was rather large. I'm not sure what it was called. There was also some really neat anemone that was burgundy colored and looked like arms with alien fingers grabbing at particles in the water. It was awesome. I'm probably going to go to the store today. I'll take a picture of it.
Be carefull with star fish and urchins. And shrimp was probably a coral banded.
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Old 02-21-2012, 06:55 PM   #26
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This was the shrimp thing. It's very pretty but I know nothing about it.
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ahh thats a fire shrimp!

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How about a trachyphyllia open brain coral just bought one and they are cool. Feeding is fun as well.
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Will you post pics and a general price range and I'll see if I like it
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They come in different colors but I loved this one. Liveaquaria.com has them for around $40
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