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Old 01-13-2013, 02:29 PM   #1
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Newbie with a few unknown visitors in tank

Hi everyone, new to the site and new to the hobby. I jumped right in with a 180 gal saltwater tank and 50/50 fish coral is the plan. The tank has been cycling for the past 5 weeks and I've added both cured and uncured rock during that time. I also have 3 damsels remaining out of 6 and they seem to be doing very well.

Long story short, a few weeks ago I discovered that my tank was FULL of what appear to be copepods, which I've learned is actually great. However, this morning I came across two new occupants that are on the front glass of the tank and just wanted to make sure they were "acceptable" occupants. The white "thing" has relocated to an unknown location within the tank but the star-like looking things are still in the same spot as this morning.

Thanks for any help or guidance.
Paul

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