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What is one of the colors on a clownfish? (hint there is a clownfish on the CR logo in the top left corner of the page.)

Can you ID this!?


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    Iconz - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Can you ID this!?

    My first sizeable life forms in my tank!

    The first is a white worm about 1/2 an inch long.

    The second is a snail or slug that is about 1/2 an inch long and 1/4" diameter...

    Any exact ID's?

    Thanks!

    -JD

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    the first is some type of worm (alot of help I know) and the second looks like a stomatella snail.
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    Iconz - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    thanks!

    hmm, wonder if he'll survive the cycle... ammonia is at .0145 ppm right now.

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    I wouldn't fret too much if the stomatella doesn;t make it through the cycle. If you want more, my 20 is FULL of them. Anyone know of a fish that has a taste for stomatella?

    BTW, not sure what that worm is... maybe a different pic, another angle, different lighting would help?


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    Its a worm and a snail. Am I good or am I good?! lol
    55 Gallon. One year old, and looking SUPER.

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    I've never seen better!


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    w7afm - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I would think that a Longnose Butterfly would like that snail, they seem to like just about anything that has a shell, LOL

    Bob
    Snipers......Reach out and touch the ones they want to........[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    JustDavidP - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Stomatella are great tankmates...they eat film algae. I wish I had more of them.

    The worm image is fuzzy, but it seems that the worm is a segmented worm. As long as it doesn't look "leech like" with a proboscis type mouth, you should be okay.

    Dave
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    Thanks everyone... I couldn't get a good shot of the worm, the stinkin camera wouldn't focus on it. The one that you see there is with manual focus.

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    JD, does your little worm crawl on the glass and then all of a sudden go in reverse??? the reason I ask is that I have segmented worms that look like that (as far as I can tell) and they will cruise on the glass and then all of a sudden go in reverse.
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