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Old 08-20-2004, 07:38 PM   #1
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My first invertebrate and i didn't even buy it

Today i was looking at my fish in my cycling tank (two damsels, and i know this isn't the best way...i am learning) and i noticed something on one of my live rocks. It was a small white feather duster. I can't believe it is still alive with mean of its feathers still attached.

Meeee so happy

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Great deal. Its very exciting looking at your tank and finding things new. It never gets old thats for sure.

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Awesome.. live rock is great stuff indeed.
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I felt the same way when I got my LR. Feather dusters out the wazoo. I still have three left, one quite big, and even two small crabs!

Good luck! Hope some more things pop up! Good things, that is.

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Old 08-22-2004, 05:29 PM   #5
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That is, as far as I am concerned, the best reason for going out and getting live rock. It feals like finding gold in California. My latest acquisition turned out to have a couple of 1/2" dia. anemones. My best find was an ugly rock that sprouted octal-corals a month later.
If only my tank was big enough to go snorkling in...
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