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Old 08-05-2002, 06:17 PM   #1
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OK, what is this....

You know, I never had much stuff on the rock I initially got when I started reefs, I have 5 pieces of rock, 4 aquaculture, and 1 Tonga. All the Life is on the aquaculture rock. I highly recommend this rock...So onto the what is this, I suspect it is a seasquirt, but don't really know that's just a guess... At first I thought it was sensitive to light, because I never saw it open during the day, but today when I got back from the LFS, it was open, so there goes that idea...

This one was taken last night, with all the lights out, please forgive the quality, it's hard to focus in the dark

This one was taken in the daylight hours.


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Old 08-06-2002, 11:21 AM   #2
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Yep, definately a Sea Squirt. They're pretty tough but it will need Phyto. Try not to let the algae build up on the areas exposed to light. If you touch it, it should retract and look REALLY wrinkly.
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