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Old 12-13-2006, 05:46 PM   #1
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well I didnt get the tank I thought I was getting, had to go smaller, with a 29 gallon. I got everything set up last night, and some of the hitchhikers from the LR even showing their selves already. here are some pics. gonna let it cycle for a while first before adding anything, only letting the hitchhikers stay.



here is the setup, only missing the Powerheads and Lights. Usin a old reptile light I had left over from my breeding days for now along with a hob filter for current. have it on my comp desk.


here is the LR setup.


A pic of one of the hitchers, a wormish thiny


A plant I need a ID of, came on one of the LR


The hitchers I couldnt get a pic of are 2 blue legged hermits and a sally light foot. So any idea what that plant might be?
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The plant is the macroalgae, Halimeda sp.
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thx for the ID, any idea what the worm is?
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The plant is the macroalgae, Halimeda sp.
I agree.

I clearer pic would be needed for the worm. Does it have bristles?
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it is hiding now, cant get to it. it was furry if thats what u mean by brissles
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if furry, probably a bristleworm, mostly beneficial.
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