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Old 09-01-2011, 07:58 PM   #381
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K just saw these on a piece of rock. Not flowy looking like the aiptasia. Good or bad?!?
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Old 09-01-2011, 08:03 PM   #382
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Looks like palythoas to me.
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Old 09-01-2011, 08:03 PM   #383
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And keep or get rid of?
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Old 09-01-2011, 08:05 PM   #384
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And should we move the t5ho over it if we keep it?
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if they are palythoas then they are corals, and good ones. I had a few on my rock and they spread so quickly it was crazy lol.

In fact they spread so fast and so much I plan on fragging mine out to get them down a bit.

I;d wait for another opinion on them being paly's though, my speciality isnt identification really, just looks exactly like what I have.
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These are mine, I keep them under medium light as best I can and medium flow.


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And now I've found this. It's on the other side of the tank where there's not much water movement, yet it's flowing around.
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ha sweety pie just said she wanted an underwater cam for xmas cause she cant good enough pictures of these things with her phone.

carey what is your specialty?

also. 4stage ro/di was delivered.
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Think it's another aiptasia but I'm not sure.
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I'd vote aiptasia for the last pictures. Does it retract if you poke it with a stick or something pointy? The palythoas should just close up if you poke them, aiptasia actually retracts and tries to retract.

My specialty is probably general fishkeeping. But mostly I can find equipment and deals most dont' catch and can match stuff up pretty well.
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