Hello! There are 2 types on this piece that I purchased 6 months ago. Covered in flatworms - the owner was taking the tank down and I made the decision to take the piece and flatworm exit it through a 3 stage wash, the exit worked well and no toxin hit the tank. What I notice is that there are 2 species. One is like large waving hands, the other a softer waving hand look. They concern me because there is no coloration , and as they shimmer with the halides - they appear see-through. They are doing great. Are they bleached(?) Or are these a lot like colts - and lack that desiring coloration. Either way - they seem to be doing fine and share a 50% line on the same rock. They don't seem to be agressive at all and tolerate eachother. This is the best pict I have, however I can go snap a few more under actinic to get the form easier. Thanks for any info
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