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Old 03-08-2007, 10:14 PM   #11
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nd if anyone asks, all those brown little spots are just one of the plentiful species of critters that live in the algae
I cant really tell from the pics, but are they flatworms?
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I don't know. I was thinking about asking if anyone could identify them.
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They look the same as mine. Did the LFS tell you what brand they are?
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They really look like flatworms/planaria to me. You might want to consider your options on removing them, they are NOT a nice thing to have.
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Wanted to add a short video. Hope it works. Just click on the picture.

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Neat video!!
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Melosu58,

I was told that they are Keloggi. I went to seahorses.org and they don't look like the one picture posted in their gallery.

Another local store had more of the same (also labeled Keloggi) but about 1/2 the size of these.

I haven't found a good link with info on Keloggi. I am wondering if they are Kuda as they have a tremendous amount of spots (trademark of kuda's according to seahorses.org)?
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Ok thanks I will do some more research
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