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Old 02-07-2013, 10:29 PM   #11
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You mean the brown patch the looked like miniature polyps? I think those are hydroids. They are not good for the reef tank since they have the ability to sting their neighbors and anything that brushes then while they are extended. Try to research it and see tho. Good luck!
My bad, I was looking the the wrong one. Now that I read the entire post, I realized I'm way off. I'd say some kind of culerpa as well. It kinda look like small cups. I'd say take it out before it over runs your tank. Otherwise just keep it trimmed I guess...
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I'm a big fan of blue legged hermits, so you have a clean up crew?
My blue legs won't touch the stuff :/
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