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Old 02-26-2005, 12:36 PM   #1
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Have something on the inside of the glass on front of my aquarium. Best I can describe when looking at it from the front, it looks like small white spiders, (some larger than others) flat against the glass. If you look at it through the side pane, you can see that its growing away from the glass. This just started , I swear they were not there yesterday. tried to take a photo, but they are too small and too light colored to show. Used RO water, Kent salt and there are no critters that I know of in the tank. Just LR and LS. PH =8.4, NH3=0, NO2=0, NO3=20.thanks
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Is it a very light red brownish color? Might be aptasia
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Is it a very light red brownish color? Might be aptasia
No they are white
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Remora skimmer
Yellow Tang
Fire goby
pair of Percula clowns
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20 Blue Legged Hermit Crab
10 Zebra Hermit Crab
15 Trochus Snails
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Old 02-26-2005, 02:04 PM   #4
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Been playing with photoshop and I've really jacked with the colors but you can see what I'm talking about now, but not in great detail.
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Remora skimmer
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pair of Percula clowns
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10 Zebra Hermit Crab
15 Trochus Snails
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Old 02-27-2005, 01:22 AM   #5
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It could be serpulids worms. Harmless critters.
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