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Old 09-07-2008, 03:47 PM   #11
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does anyone recognize this?

its about the size of the end of a round pen cap, my camera is too poor quality to take picture.

it looks kind of like this, a mix between a feather duster/flower but cut sections more like a flower more then a bunch of feathers and it has anenome looking things around it.

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Kinda tough from that drawing.
Does it look like anything on this page?
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sadly no, but i do have some of those hairy crabs, and there not emeralds, i have 3 on one of my corals, they poke out of the rock now and then.

the thing looks alot like some type of anenome but its not aptasia for sure. it looks allot like a tiny red buttercup flower w/ tentacles on the outside.




and those crabs, ive been searching for them in the past, can i just let them be? that site said they are not good, i think the worst they could do is get my starfish who btw is recovering very well from its injury.
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Hairy crabs are probably best suited in a sump/fuge. Most crabs are opportunistic feeders and can go after inverts and fish.
Check button polyps for your drawing.
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