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Old 02-27-2005, 08:00 PM   #1
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Any idea what these are?

Heres 3 link to pics of my LR.

http://www.mts.net/~kroppa/Anem 2.jpg
http://www.mts.net/~kroppa/Anem and FD.jpg
http://www.mts.net/~kroppa/Rotation of Picture079.jpg

you'll have to cut and paste the links into your browser

Any idea what types of anemones and featherduster these are?
in the second link anemone and Featherduster???? I think. When I make a sudden movement in front of my tank it (featherduster)pulls into its tunnel/
On the last link I'm wondering whats growing on my LR. The white stuff in the purple square looks very interesting. star shaped and lots in clusters. In the yellow square red dots confined to an area

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One other question, How can I get the link to work without cut and paste into browser
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Old 02-27-2005, 08:17 PM   #3
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1 is a button polyp
2 the one on the right is a feather duster, not sure about the left one, apstasia maybe?
3 no sure about the top one but the bottom white stuff is a coral skeleton.
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Polyps close up?
The one in link 1 closes when it gets touched.
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Well, I tried to pull up your pic again just to be sure and can't get the link to work. They do close up. They will close if you touch them or if the lights are out. Here is a pic of my buttons to compare.

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Looks about the same, Your look more mature than mine.
The link works now
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