Awesome find! Help me identify
I added some more live rock to my Fluval canister filter. The canister has been operating with nothing in it for about 6-7 months (except live rock). When I opened the lid it was completely alive with pods
, worms - even some apstasia anemones which I never remember having (and don't live in the tank) - the water was literally stirring with life.
I wanted to remove the plastic divider that holds the filter pads, but when I removed it there was what looked like an oil slick about the size of a silver dollar on the plastic. I looked closer and it started oozing across the plastic, expanding and contracting. I've never seen anything like it. I did my best to get it off the plastic and back into the canister and eventually did, but I hope I didn't harm it. Any idea what this thing is?
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80 lb LR
Euphyllia, Alveopora, Pachyclauvularia (Metallic Green and Daisy), Frogspawn, Torch, Gold Nepthea, Kenya Tree, Galaxea, Pulsing Xenia, various leather (umbrella, toadstool, fingers, devil fingers, lettuce)
Maroon Clown/White tip LT anemone, Powder Blue Tang, Female Swallow Angel, SixLine Wrasse, Solar Fairy Wrasse, Firefish, Fathead Anthias, Blue Mandarin, 3 Chromis, 3 Green Gobies