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Old 01-07-2009, 09:04 PM   #41
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Brown stuff that is prickly? That's tough!

My only thought is a sponge, as they can grow little silica spikes within them...

Any chance for a better picture?
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LOL! I think my job for the day is posting after Lindsay asking for better pics!!
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Old 01-07-2009, 11:08 PM   #43
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Brown stuff that is prickly? That's tough!

My only thought is a sponge, as they can grow little silica spikes within them...

Any chance for a better picture?
ill need a smoke before i try that again lol

ill try again tomorow... if theres more grown... what about a picture of it out of water.

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Hmmm, out of water might not be good for certain sponges...perhaps closer to the tank's edge....?
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ive been removing it daily... i dont like the look of it.. even if it is harmless lol. so if i when i pull it out i can take a picture
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Ehhh, me since I got into SW tank, I really don't like to willingly kill stuff...I even let my aiptasia hang out for over 1.5 years until it became like a weed.
Who knows, it could be a pretty cool hitch hiker.
If it is a sponge, they come and go.
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