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Old 01-14-2004, 10:42 AM   #11
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Coming in on this subject late, in regards to the very top picture posted, I too a lonog time ago, purchased a rock with these "nubbins" on them--took a year for me to see what they were. Now, years later, I have beautiful polyp colonies where there once was 3 "nubbins". I say not to worry--be patient and enjoy.

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#1 looks like small bubble algae with something else growing on the surface to me. The first time I got bubble algae I didn't recognize it because it was small and had some sort of film on it that made it totally opaque. Hard to tell, but a possibility.
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Coming in on this subject late, in regards to the very top picture posted, I too a lonog time ago, purchased a rock with these "nubbins" on them--took a year for me to see what they were. Now, years later, I have beautiful polyp colonies where there once was 3 "nubbins". I say not to worry--be patient and enjoy.
Stacy, do you have any pics?

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Old 01-21-2004, 12:09 AM   #14
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Yeah, I do have some pics of those. I can post a picture, but have to figure out how first, or I can email a pic. to you. I would like to post a link so everyone can see, but if you would like it sooner, private message me with your email address and I can send it immediately.

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