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Old 02-01-2014, 06:57 PM   #441
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From my 39 gallon reef tank. Taken today.
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From my 39 gallon reef tank. Taken today.
Looks good, what type of star? Red sea?
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Looks good, what type of star? Red sea?
Not 100% but I do believe its a red linkia. It was donated to me and has been doing very well. I just call him Patrick (spongebob) lol. Heres a better pic of him.
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Not 100% but I do believe its a red linkia. It was donated to me and has been doing very well. I just call him Patrick (spongebob) lol. Heres a better pic of him.

that is a gorgeous starfish! i don't believe its a linckia, they are smooth. at first i thought fromia, but it looks like echinaster.
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Yeah looks a bit like echinaster sepostitus.
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that is a gorgeous starfish! i don't believe its a linckia, they are smooth. at first i thought fromia, but it looks like echinaster.
Thabks. See this is what had me confused. It was alot smoother when i got it. And everyone told me it was a linkia and it was even labeled as one. Id be happy with either though i love this guy! Heres another pic-
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I hope you know that clowns need minimum of 20g, my pair is really active and circle the tank all day
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