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Old 12-24-2003, 11:42 PM   #1
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A few ID's and a nice pic of Stomatella Varia

A few ID's here guys.... And how do I stop barnacles?
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well I seem to be having trouble attaching pics...

OK got it fixed now
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Make sure your pics are less than 100K in file size. There is a larger limit in the gallery and you can then link them here if necessary.
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Not sure how to stop barnacles, but the white thing in the first pic (top left of pic) isn't a barnacle, it's a Scypha sponge. The "little trees" are foraminiferans - harmless.

No clue what the thing is in the star polyps, sorry!
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The green one looks like a possible tunicate... Clavelina sp.

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And how do I stop barnacles?
you wont be able to keep these alive for long unless ya feed ungodly amounts of food !! which then would end up killing all due to poor water quality !!
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