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Old 11-15-2011, 06:13 PM   #451
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Found some other things as well. Can anyone Id them?

White tubes on rock


Worm on acrylic


White sack on acrylic
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Fan worms,good filter feeders.
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Old 11-15-2011, 10:36 PM   #453
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Fan worms,good filter feeders.
yep they are i've got them all over my rocks
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yep they are i've got them all over my rocks
Cool. Good to know
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Fan worms,good filter feeders.
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Well here I go again. Was on Craigslist yesterday. Picking up a 125 gallon drilled acrylic tank with skimmer, sump, uv sterilizer, mh lighting and 200lbs of rock and soft corals for 500$. Am gonna take the rock and coral out and then maybe look at keeping the additional uv, then postin the tank back up for 450$. Lol. So basically I'll be paying 50$ for 200 lbs of rock
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Old 11-17-2011, 01:30 PM   #459
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Ok. I'm bad. Just picked up a 7-8 in aussie orange wall hammer and three heads of Aussie duncans for a great deal of 180$ off of Craigslist. I love when people get out of the hobby and part out their tanks!

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Just over 13 yrs ago I had a bubble coral like yours. Just wanted to show you what it looks like after 13 and half yrs.

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