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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.)

dont know what this is


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    Default dont know what this is

    this is the best pic i could get...... its a small thing lol



    chris

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    jojo22 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    Looks like a rock nem, could we get another pic maybe from a different angle??
    Does water always taste like salt and poo????


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    Default i try

    to small to get a good pic

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    Reptoreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Looks like the feeders off a little LPS, yet could also be a little anemone as Jojo stated.
    There's nowhere else I'ld rather be... unless, of course, you're buying

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    jojo22 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    Can you see it at night?? Does it appear soft or does it look like it has a hard base to it???
    Does water always taste like salt and poo????


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    hummer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    get a better mag-na-finglass and take your pics thew it
    :: hummer :nemo

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    yes i can see it at night...it looks soft to me.....i will try that hummer

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    It's an anemone but I forgot what kind it is. I believe it's some kind of ball anemone. I have 2 in my nano tank they only get about an inch including the tentacles. They have a powerful sting from what I've been told. I've had mine in the tank for about 8 months and within the past couple weeks have noticed two more in the sand bed so they DO spread. I don't think they are in the aiptasia family and when I got the two extras out they didn't spread more.

    Personally I think that they are really pretty and they have not disturbed the fanworm near them. Your choice as to whether you get rid of them. Mine have done no harm so far.

    Here's a blurry pic of one of mine.
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    Sea~Horse~Whisperer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    It looks like a strawberry anemone. I had a lot of them in my 125. They never hurt anything.

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    RWalston - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    It looks like an Orangeball corallimorph (Pseudocorynactis caribbeorum)

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